Streets; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers; Children
Whitney Avenue looking east. Construction site with machinery on rails to the left of a trench supported by wood beams. Two children sit on a horizontal board by the trench. Men and machinery are in the background. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Whitney Avenue looking west toward 8th Street. Men at a construction site. A trench has been dug and is supported with wood beams. A track runs parallel to it while a crane or other piece of machinery is to the side. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Whitney Avenue at 3rd Street looking west. Wide paved street with houses and trees on both sides of the block. A boy stands with a bicycle next to the curb on the left side of the street. A car is parked to the right. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Whitney Avenue near 8th Street looking west. Intersection of two dirt roads with small houses on either side of the road just past the intersection. Farm buildings are in the background. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Streets; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers
Whitney Avenue near 8th Street looking west. Men stand in a trench and crouch on pipes as part of a sewer system under construction. Other men stand above near construction materials and equipment. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
WM. GARIG, a stern-wheel packet with wood hull (175 ft. x 35 ft. x 5.2 ft.), was built at Howard in 1904. Owned by Baton Rouge & Bayou Sara Packet Co., WM. GARIG operated on the lower Mississippi and Ouachita Rivers. In 1918, she was sold to...
Men; Women; Dining tables; Parties; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.)
Men and women sit at round and rectangular tables in a large banquet room. Caption: Y.M.H.A. Golden Anniversary Dinner - Kentucky Hotel - March 3, 1940. Address: Kentucky Hotel, southeast corner 5th Street and Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali...
Girl sits on bench looking out of the corner of her eye at a young man standing behind her. He holds an envelope with a heart on it. The two figures are stereotypucal caricatures of African Americans. This is a pop-up card; the young man can move...