The rate of overqualification, defined as a person having more education or skills than
their job requires them to have, has continued to grow since the issue was first identified
as a significant problem. Though evidence that suggests the rate of...
Buildings; Government facilities; Post offices; Flags--United States
Address: Broadway and Sixth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Two United States flags fly from poles on the roof of the U.S. Federal Building and Post Office. Numerous cars drive along the streets and pedestrians walk on the sidewalks and in crosswalks.
Buildings; Automobiles; Transportation; Dance halls; Garages; Electric signs; Signs (Notices)
Address: southeast corner of Third and Guthrie Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. The Madrid Ballroom, labeled with a neon sign indicating "Madrid / Dancing," opened in September 1929 as a dance hall in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. White...
Intelligent transportation systems; Air quality; Air--Pollution
Environmental or air quality impacts of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
are very difficult to measure. Some researchers have attempted to quantify the effects of
individual ITS application on emissions; yet, the effects of ITS as a whole...
Fourth Street at Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking north toward Jefferson Street. The Seelbach Hotel is at the southwest corner and Rodes-Rapier Company is at the northeast corner. Crowds of men and women are at the crosswalks.
City & town life; Buildings; Stores & shops; Hotels; Brown Hotel (Louisville, Ky.); People
Approaching the intersection of 4th Street and Broadway in downtown Louisville. The Brown Hotel is on the left across the street. Pedestrians are on the sidewalks and at the crosswalks, with vehicles on the roads. The view appears to be on Broadway...