Cars park along the brick road on one side of the Brown & Williamson Company plant. Railroad tracks abut the building on another side. This tobacco product manufacturing plant near Hill and Sixteenth Streets in Louisville, Kentucky, opened in...
Streets; Buildings; Warehouses; Factories; Tobacco industry
Multiple views of the Brown & Williamson Wings building, a tobacco facility at 1600 Hill Street, the streets leading to it, and other small buildings, including a diner, in the area.Title supplied by cataloger.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Tobacco industry
Parade float with Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corp across the side and large cigarette cartons and a male figure with a building under the word Prosperity on top of the float. Title supplied by cataloger.
Buildings; Industrial facilities; Tobacco industry
Two large industrial buildings for the manufacturing of Brown and Williamson cigarettes. There are signs for Wings and Raleigh brands. Aero-Graphic Corp. Louisville, Ky. Is stamped on the bottom right corner. Title supplied by cataloger.
Exhibit booth decorated with Kool penguins and other Brown and Williamson cigarette-related items. Names of cigarettes are painted along the counter. A sign reads Save the Coupons. Useful Gifts. Valuable Premiums. Title supplied by cataloger.
Parade float with two women sitting on the top next to large cigarettes. A large cigarette pack is at the front and rear of the float. The sign across the float reads "LOCAL 185." A small plaque on the float reads "Billy Smith."