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    • Trager Center Indoor Practice Facility, University of Louisville.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Sports & recreation facilities;
    • The Trager Center Indoor Practice Facility. The name of this red-brick building is afixed to its exterior. The Trager Center was built on the site of a former Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company car shop. Location: Belknap Campus: 2600 South...
    • Trager Indoor Practice Facility, University of Louisville.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Sports & recreation facilities;
    • The Trager Indoor Practice Facility was built on the site of a former Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company car shop. Location: Belknap Campus: 2600 South Floyd Street. Current uses: Football practice facilities. Named in honor of Louisville...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories;
    • Moore Observatory, view of "paneled" roof. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square footage: 1730.
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • Side view of the Moore Observatory, University of Louisville. A sign reads, "Walter Lee Moore Observatory, University of Louisville." Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department....
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • View of one of the short sides of the Moore Observatory at the University of Louisville. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • University of Louisville's Moore Observatory, side view. There is a ladder leaning against the side of the building. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location:...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • University of Louisville's Moore Observatory, featuring its dome. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • The University of Louisville's Moore Observatory. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square footage: 1730.
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • The University of Louisville's Moore Observatory's dome. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square footage:...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • The dome of Moore Observatory at the University of Louisville. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square...
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories
    • The University of Louisville's Moore Observatory. Named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department. Location: Off-campus: 7819 Old Zaring Road (Oldham County). Square footage: 1730.
    • Moore Observatory, University of Louisville.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Astronomical observatories; Research facilities; Educational facilities;
    • Moore Observatory, view of roof with panels. There is another observatory building visible to the right. The Moore Observatory was named in honor of Walter Lee Moore, UofL mathematics and astronomy professor, advisor to the Physics Department....
    • Dix Dam power facility, Dix River, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Hydraulic facilities; Dams; Rivers; Electrical apparatus; Buildings; Power plants; Public utility companies
    • Dix Dam and the power facility. On one side of the dam is a fenced enclosure of large transformers and other electrical apparatus. The Dix Dam is a dam on the Dix River built in 1925 and located between Mercer and Garrard County, Kentucky. It was...
    • Power facility, 1928.

    • Electrical apparatus; Buildings; Power plants; Railroad cars
    • A large power facility with brick and metal buildings. Railroad cars can be seen in the yard and under a large wooden structure at the center of the photograph.
    • Group portrait inside dairy facility.

    • Dairy workers; Dairying; Cans; Pipes (Conduits)
    • Twelve dairy workers sit inside a dairy processing facility. The four men in the front row are seated on metal containers. Two of the men are wearing heavy, elbow length gloves. Next to them are fixed open bins sorrounded by piping that appears to...
    • Building at a hydroelectric facility, 1929.

    • Hydraulic facilities; Dams; Rivers; Buildings
    • A long building, with a large smokestack, near what appears to be an enclosure of water, possibly Kentucky. There are a series of pipes with sprouts of water laying across the top. One of a series of photographs taken of buildings associated with...

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