An emaciated man lies in a hospital bed at Heritage House Nursing & Convalescent Care with a carton of Camel cigarettes on the table next to him. Titled edited by a cataloger to remove personal information.
Entertainers; Bands; Signs (Notices); Tobacco industry
Bandleader and trombonist Tommy Dorsey with his band at an NBC radio show sponsored by Brown & Williamson cigarette brands Kool and Raleigh and touring a tobacco factory in Louisville. Title supplied by cataloger.
Large, four-story white brick building with columns. The Elms is above the entrance. A man stands on the roof of the house and ladders are leaning against two windows. Written on the photograph is For Ben Williams & Co. Ashland, Ky. Title...
Streets; Buildings; Public accommodation facilities; Hotels; Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.)
View looking north on 4th Street toward Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Besten & Langen and other stores are on the west side of the street before the Seelbach Hotel. Title supplied by cataloger.
Multiple views of the Dixie Dry Cleaning building, including one image with crop notations on it. The large building has faded white paint and broken windows and is possibly in the process of being demolished. It is in a lot with overgrown plants...
Buildings; Industrial facilities; Beverage industry; Dr. Pepper Co.
Brick building at the corner of Frankfort Avenue and Keats Avenue for Dr. Pepper. Large windows show bottling equipment inside. Painted on an exterior wall above a window is a sign reading '3 a Day Drink Dr. Pepper Good for Life! At 10 2 & 4.'