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    • Indian Gas Station, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Petroleum industry; Automobile service stations; Gasoline pumps; Buildings; Apartment houses; Signs (Notices); Women; Men; Automobiles; Vehicle maintenance & repair
    • Indian Gas Station, located on Bardstown Road at Midland Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky. Four cars are stopped at the gas and air pumps. A woman stands at each car, while a man looks under the hood of one, and another attendant holds a pump hose....
    • Indian Gas Station, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Petroleum industry; Automobile service stations; Gasoline pumps; Buildings; Apartment houses; Signs (Notices)
    • Indian Gas Station, located on Bardstown Road at Midland Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky. Ground appears to be flooded. Signs advertise: "Motor-n-All, Complete Lubrication System; Indian Refining Co.; Chief of Gasolines Indian Red A High Compression...
    • Mrs. Rodgers residence, Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Stone walls; Chimneys; Swings; Awnings
    • Stone and frame two-story home in Indian Hills, Ky. The large home is on raised ground fronted by a stone wall attached to steps leading to the front door. The slightly-recessed door has a fanlight window above, and is flanked by sidelight windows....
    • Home in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Chimneys; Garages; Swings; Awnings
    • Stone and frame two-story home in Indian Hills, Ky. The front door is recessed under a small portico; it has a fanlight window above, and sidelight windows on each side. The second story is wood frame. All windows on the main part of the house have...
    • Home in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Brickwork; Doors & doorways; Windows; Garages; Architectural elements; Architectural photographs; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • Home in Indian Hills (near Louisville), Ky. The style of the stone and brick home is vaguely Tudor. The broad door with panels and windows is in a short tower with a conical roof. Several styles of windows are used in the house. A short run of...
    • Entrance to a residence in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Stone buildings; Brickwork; Doors & doorways; Windows; Architectural elements; Architectural photographs; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • Entrance to a home in Indian Hills (near Louisville), Ky. The style of the stone and brick home is vaguely Tudor. The broad door with panels and windows is in a short tower with a conical roof. Several styles of windows are visible. A short run of...
    • Bedroom in a house in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Interiors; Bedrooms; Beds; Furniture; Fireplaces; Clocks & watches
    • Large bedroom in a house in Indian Hills (near Louisville), Kentucky. Furniture includes a double bed with a bedspread and turned posts on the footboard, a dressing table with attached mirror, an upholstered lounge chair with throw pillows, and two...
    • Home in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Buildings; Architecture; Neighborhoods
    • A two story home with awnings over the front windows, three arched windows on the gabled roof, and two wide chimney stacks at each end of the house, located in Indian Hills, a small home rule city near Louisville, Ky. A dirt path flanked by two...
    • House in Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Buildings; Architecture; Neighborhoods
    • A two story house located in Indian Hills, a home rule city near Louisville, Ky. The house features steep gabled roof and an arched doorway. Next to the doorway is a chimney stack. On the left side of the house is a covered gabled portico with an...
    • Hillside House, Indian Hills, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • Hillside House, home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Cary in Indian Hills, near Louisville, Kentucky. Left angled view of three-story brick house with high roof covering the third floor so that it has only one dormer and side window. There are two entrance...

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