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    • Mellwood Distillery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Brewing industry; Abandoned buildings
    • An exterior view of the abandoned Mellwood Distillery located on Mellwood Ave. in Louisville, Ky. Concrete slabs are on the ground in front of abandoned buildings with broken windows. From invoice: "remarks: From door on south to door west side...
    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Historic buildings
    • Vertically ribbed white house in Pewee Valley, Kentucky, with wood lacework hanging from the roof, amid large trees. The basic structure of Tuliphurst, a historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky, now on the National Register of Historic Places, was...
    • Chestnut and 7th Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Churches; Automobile repair; Street railroad tracks; Cobblestone streets
    • Northeast corner of Seventh and Chestnut streets shows the J.M. Weaver Memorial Baptist Church. The church began as a mission of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Organized March 12, 1854 as the Jefferson Street Baptist Church. From 1867-1913, the name...
    • Chestnut and 7th Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Churches; Automobile repair; Street railroad tracks; Cobblestone streets
    • Northeast corner of Seventh and Chestnut streets shows the J.M. Weaver Memorial Baptist Church. The church began as a mission of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Organized March 12, 1854 as the Jefferson Street Baptist Church. From 1867-1913, the name...
    • St. Joseph Catholic Church interior, Louisville, Kentucky, 1941.

    • Churches; Catholic Churches; Religious facilities; Pews; Architecture; Buildings; Altars; Religious architectural elements
    • Interior view of the sanctuary at St. Joseph Catholic Church located at 1406 E. Washington St. in Louisville, Ky. Rows of pews sit in front of an ornate altar decorated with religious paintings, candles, and statuary. Along the sides of the church...
    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • A driveway leads to historic Tuliphurst in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (registered as a national historical place, NHRP Bldg. #89001979). The basic structure of the white frame house was built around 1854 by Noble Butler. Woodford H. Dulaney added the...
    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • A driveway leads to Tuliphurst, a white frame house with dark shutters. The basic structure of Tuliphurst, a historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (registered as a national historic place, NHRP Bldg. #89001979), was built around 1854 by Noble...
    • Tuliphurst.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • Tuliphurst, a white frame house with dark shutters, is an historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (NHRP Bldg. #89001979). The basic structure was built around 1854 by Noble Butler. Woodford H. Dulaney added the Gothic Revival front wing in 1865....
    • Hook used to destroy railroad iron.

    • Equipment; Steel, High strength; Steel, Heat resistent; United States--Civil War, 1861-1865--Destruction & pillage
    • E. Moliter, noted Civil War lithographer, drew this image of the hook used by Sherman's Army on the March to the Sea (1864) and Campaign of the Carolina's (1865), for twisting and destroying railroad iron. Many of Moliter's illustrations were drawn...
    • Standiford Beeler Home. Preston St. Rd.

    • Houses; Buildings; Dwellings; Architecture
    • A single story house with clapboard siding and a portico supported by clusters of narrow columns that runs the length of the house. Under the portico is a central doorway that is flanked by single windows with shutters. Several chairs are on the...
    • W.M. Beckner.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Judges; Portraits
    • William Morgan Beckner was born in 1841 in Moorefield, in Nicholas County, Kentucky. He attended the schools of Bath and Fleming counties, before attending Centre College in Danville. He read law under Judge E. C. Phister and was admitted to the...
    • W. P. D. Bush.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • William P. D. Bush was born in 1823 on his father's farm in Hardin County, Kentucky. He was educated at the Hardin Seminary in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. After reading law, in 1846 he was admitted to the bar and was appointed deputy clerk of the...
    • Jos. T. Tucker.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Joseph T. Tucker was born in Marlboro, Vermont, in 1835. He went to Kentucky in 1854 and settled in Winchester, Kentucky During the Civil War, he was made lieutenant-colonel of the Confederate 7th Kentucky Cavalry, and later was promoted to colonel...
    • Louisville and its defenses.

    • Maps; Forts & fortifications; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
    • Reprint of a Civil War-era map of Louisville, Kentucky, highlighting forts. Printed in lower lefthand corner:"Accompanying report of Lieut. Col. J.H. Simpson Corps of Engrs., U.S. Army, dated June 24, 1865. SERIES I. VOL. XLIX." Printed at lower...

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