A fleet of taxi cabs are parked at Louisville Metro Hall, formerly known as The Jefferson County Courthouse or Louisville Courthouse. White men sit in the driver's seats of each car. The ad includes text "Day City 4811 Night" and...
A uniformed taxicab driver points to the air filter under the open hood of a Louisville Taxi Co. cab. He is wearing a hat, a coat and leather knee boots. The car is parked in front of a storefront that says Liberty Lunchroom.
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. This issue is twelve pages. There are portions missing along the edges of each page of this issue.
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. There are small portions missing from the side of each page of this issue.
Yellow Cab Co. taxicab number 28 parked on street outside garage, probably Yellow Cab Truck Rental at Ninth Street and Liberty Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Driver side rear fender is crumpled. Title supplied by cataloger.
Yellow Cab Co. cab driver putting a Falls City Hi-Bru Beer sign on his cab. The ad is circular and will be inserted over the spare tire, which currently bears an ad for the Yellow Cab company, phone number Jackson 2121. Title supplied by cataloger.