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  • Subject: Pedestrians
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    • Fourth Street, 400 block between Liberty and Walnut, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Sidewalks; People; Theaters; Shoe stores; Department stores; Motion picture theaters; Buildings; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Pedestrians; Marquees
    • View of the 400 block of Fourth Street between Liberty Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. The John C. Lewis Co. department store, Alamo Theatre, Florsheim Shoes, McCrory's 5 & 10 Cent Store, Gem art goods store, and Rex Theatre...
    • Souvenir folder of Memphis, "down in Dixie," Tennessee : the gateway to the South and...

    • Bridges; Universities & colleges; Auditoriums; Hospitals; Banks; Hotels; Gardens; Zoos; Parks; Buildings; Cityscapes; Rivers; Streets; Pedestrians; Automobiles; Railroad stations; Street railroads; Storefronts; Monuments & memorials; Swimming...
    • Souvenir folder of postcards from Memphis, Tennessee. Images in this folder depict public buildings, including the auditorium, hospitals, and a library; parks, monuments and gardens; various banks and other business buildings; Southwestern College...
    • Brown Hotel and Brown Theatre, Louisville, Kentucky, 1953.

    • Brown Hotel (Louisville, Ky.); Hotels; Public accommodation facilities; Theaters; Marquees; Pedestrians
    • A view of the Brown Hotel and Brown Theatre from the south east corner of Fourth Street and Broadway in Louisville, Ky. The building up to 15 stories tall with a lower section. The lower floors are light; most floors are dark, and the top floors...
    • 206-08 South 6th Street, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Abandoned buildings; Eating & drinking facilities; Cafes; Signs (Notices); Brick wall signs; Advertisements; Automobiles; Pedestrians; City & town halls; City Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 206-08 S. 6th Street in Louisville, Ky. One-story red brick building appearing to be vacant at 206 and three-story red brick building housing Al's Cafe at 208 S 6th Street. A large brick wall sign advertises Ancient Age Bourbon. Other...
    • 400 block of Broadway from Fifth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Automobiles; Street railroads; Street railroad tracks; Streets; Roads; Churches; Pedestrians
    • Looking east on Broadway from Fifth Street in Louisville, Ky. Cars are parked alongside Broadway and pedestrians walk along the sidewalks. A man stands on the side of the road waiting for a streetcar that is approaching in the distance. The Brown...
    • Jefferson and Sixth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Automobiles; Street railroads; Street railroad tracks; Streets; Roads; Pedestrians
    • Jefferson St. looking east where 6th St. intersects in Louisville, Ky. Cars are parked alongside Jefferson and pedestrians are crossing at 6th St. Two streetcars are traveling along Jefferson. To the left of Jefferson is the Jefferson County Court...
    • Northwest corner of Sixth and Market Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Facades; Automobiles; Pedestrians; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Painted wall signs; Sidewalks
    • Taken from the sidewalk on Market St., looking towards the intersection of 6th St. in Louisville, Ky. On the left side of the sidewalk is the New York Shoe Repairing Company. In front of the shop are signs advertising "shoe repairing while you...
    • J.C. Penny building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1952.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Automobiles; Pedestrians; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Department stores
    • An exterior view of the J.C. Penny building located at the southeast corner of 4th and Guthrie Sts. in Louisville, Ky. The modern design features sharp edges on the northeast corner and curved edges on the opposite corner. A tall vertical sign is...
    • J.C. Penny building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1952.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Automobiles; Pedestrians; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Department stores; J.C. Penney Co.
    • An exterior view of the J.C. Penny building located at the southeast corner of 4th and Guthrie Sts. in Louisville, Ky. The modern design features sharp edges on the northeast corner and curved edges on the opposite corner. A tall vertical sign is...
    • Martin Brown Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Churches; Automobiles; Pedestrians
    • Built in 1928 by James Graham Brown, the Martin Brown Building (later renamed the Commonwealth Building), was located at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway in Louisville, Kentucky. The four story stone building housed local businesses...
    • Martin Brown building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1954.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Pedestrians; Automobiles; Street railroads
    • An exterior view of the Martin Brown building (later known as the Commonwealth building) located at 674 S. 4th St. where Broadway intersects. The first floor houses the Martin's department store. Awnings hang over wide window displays that feature...
    • Martin Brown Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Automobiles; Pedestrians; People; Street railroad tracks
    • Built in 1928 by James Graham Brown, the Martin Brown Building (later renamed the Commonwealth Building), was located at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway in Louisville, Kentucky. The four story stone building housed local businesses...
    • Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Grocery stores; Supermarkets; Pedestrians; Smokestacks; Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company
    • Exterior view of the A&P Tea Co. located at the corner of 2nd St. and Broadway in Louisville, Ky. The grocery is located on the first floor of a three story building. Canvas awnings hang over windows that display product for sale. Above the awnings...
    • Martin Brown Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Street railroads; Pedestrians; Streets; Roads
    • Built in 1928 by James Graham Brown, the Martin Brown Building (later renamed the Commonwealth Building), was located at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway in Louisville, Kentucky. The four story stone building housed local businesses...

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