100 block of south 4th Street on the east side. Row of multi-story brick buildings containing businesses such as Royal Typewriter Company, 4th Avenue Hotel, and Clarence R. Smith & Company Office Equipment.
100 block of south 4th Street on the west side. Row of multi-story brick buildings, including one with a sign reading Urban Building. Businesses include Meffert Equipment Company and Lincoln Building and Loan Association.
100 block of the north 4th Street looking north. A row of buildings containing shops and businesses on either side of the street. To the north are elevated train tracks at 4th Street and River Road and the Ohio River.
1020 Saint Louis Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. On the east side of this building are two painted signs across the length of the building, the first faded and illegible, the second reading in part, "Blue Grass Bell Cider Vinegar".
103½ N 32nd Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The entire south side of this building has been painted over in white, with the letters "E", "N", and "T" appearing across the buttresses where the paint has peeled.