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  • Subject: Canopies
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    • Republic Building, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1915.

    • Republic Building (Louisville, Ky.); Cathedral of the Assumption (Louisville, Ky.); Office buildings; Churches; Canopies; Stores & shops; Buildings
    • Address: 429 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.), Louisville, Kentucky. This view of Fifth Street includes the Republic Building and the Cathedral of the Assumption. The Cathedral was completed in 1852 and is one of the oldest public...
    • Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.); Hotels; Canopies; Street railroads; Buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 500 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A flagpole and two signs proclaiming "The Seelbach" extend from the roof of the Seelbach Hotel in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. On the street a trolley is just about to pass one of the suspended...
    • Crutcher & Starks, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Cities & towns; Stores & shops; Canopies; Automobiles; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Buildings; Transportation
    • Crutcher & Starks, at 656 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky (the corner of Fourth and Jefferson Streets), has show windows shaded by canopies. To the left signs can be seen for Dan Cohen shoes and Millers Ltd. Selz Shoes. To the right are...
    • Levy Brothers store, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Levy Brothers (Firm); Clothing stores; Stores & shops; Canopies; Buildings
    • The Levy Bros. store at 235 W. Market Street in the heart of downtown Louisville is shown with cloth canopies protecting its first floor display windows. A suspended canopy framed with glass globes covers the main entryway on Market Street. Cars...
    • Republic Building.

    • Buildings; Churches; Canopies; Stores & shops; Republic Building (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 429 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.). The Republic Building, using glazed terra cotta as both surfacing and decorative elements, was one of the first buildings designed by Joseph & Joseph. The building is eleven stories with brick...
    • Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.); Hotels; Cities & towns; Street railroads; Canopies; Historic buildings; Buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 500 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The Seelbach Hotel, constructed in the Beaux Arts style, was completed in 1905. This street scene shows the Seelbach Hotel with its canopied entryway and first floor lined with shops, including...
    • Jefferson and Third Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • City & town life; Canopies; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Bicycles & tricycles; Transportation
    • Address: 240-244 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A man in a suit and white hat holds a "STOP" sign in the middle of the intersection at Third and Jefferson Streets in Louisville, Kentucky. The busy intersection includes pedestrians, a...
    • Male High School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1913.

    • Canopies; Buildings; Schools; Educational facilities; Historic buildings; Louisville Male High School (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 911 S. Brook Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Starting in 1915, this building hosted Louisville Male High School. The multi-story stone building includes four pairs of Corinthian columns supporting a canopy over the front steps and entryway....
    • Market Street west of Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Cities & towns; Automobiles; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Street railroads; Buildings; Canopies; Transportation
    • In 1921 Market Street used diagonal parking on both sides, leaving three lanes for automobiles, bicycles, and the trolley. On the right side of the street a number of businesses are visible, including: the canopy of the Western Union building, Wm....
    • Kurfees Paint.

    • Buildings; Canopies; J. F. Kurfees Paint Company (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 201 E. Market Street. The exterior of the Kurfees Paint building is shown. The entryway is covered by a suspended canopy and the front window cases have paint displays set up and the words "J.F. Kurfees Paint Co." painted on the glass. The...
    • "The Bonnie" Apartment Building.

    • Buildings; Apartments; Canopies
    • Address: 1028 Cherokee Road. The Bonnie (a.k.a. The Highlander) was the earliest of Joseph & Joseph's suburban apartment buildings and displays two of the firm's signature characteristics: a highly decorated appearance achieved with the use of only...
    • Atherton Building.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Utility poles; Atherton Building (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Original address: 610 S. Fourth Street (Later known as the Francis Building.) The Atherton Building is shown with Southern Optical Co. sign on the corner, but most other storefronts empty. There's graffiti on the window next to Southern Optical and...
    • Young Men's Hebrew Association, exterior.

    • Buildings; Lodges; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.); Canopies;
    • Address: 729 S. Second Street (Building no longer exists). Although the building materials, mostly brick, are modest, this building was made distinctive through the use of contrasting stone belts to delineate the floor levels, quoins on the window...
    • Henry Clay Hotel, exterior.

    • Buildings; Hotels; Lodges; Henry Clay Building (Louisville, Ky.); Automobiles; Canopies
    • Address: 604 S. Third Street. This exterior shot of the Henry Clay Hotel shows Chestnut and Third Streets bustling with automobiles. Notice the triple, suspended canopy over the entrance and the "ELKS CLUB" lettering at the top of the building. On...
    • Stewart's Dry Goods, Inc.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Stewart Dry Goods Co., Inc.
    • Address: 501 S. Fourth St. This drawing of the Stewart's Dry Goods building shows a single entrance with suspended canopy. The image was probably drawn in advance of the work and the design later changed to include another entrance. The building...
    • B. F. Keith Theatre, exterior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Canopies; Billboards; B. F. Keith Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 506 W. Walnut Street (Building demolished in 1952.). The exterior of the B. F. Keith Theatre (a.k.a. National Theatre) is shown with signs for upcoming shows. The structure includes a rounded canopy accenting the roundness of both the...
    • B. F. Keith Theatre, exterior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Canopies; Carriages & coaches; B. F. Keith Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 506 W. Walnut Street (Building demolished in 1952.). This street scene shows a side view of the exterior of the B. F. Keith Theatre (a.k.a. National Theatre) and includes a globe-lanterned street light, a horse with delivery cart, and...
    • Lincoln Savings Bank.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Automobiles; Banks; Lincoln Savings Bank (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 136 S. Fourth Street (Demolished, 1973.) The Lincoln Savings Bank is another of the buildings for which Alfred S. Joseph served as chief architect while at Macdonald & Dodd. Its glazed tile upper and lower tiers, setting off the brick...

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