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    • Government barge launch, 1894.

    • Barges; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • Government barge being launched onto the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana in 1894. Side wheeler CITY OF LOUISVILLE is under construction in the background.
    • Government barge launch, 1894.

    • Barges; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company; Pumping stations
    • Government barge being launched onto the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana in 1894. Side wheeler CITY OF LOUISVILLE, under construction, and the Louisville Water Company pumping station are in the background.
    • City of Louisville steamboat.

    • Boat & ship industry; Steamboats; Military facilities; Transportation; Bridges; Rivers
    • The City of Louisville was built in 1894 for trade between Louisville and Cincinnati. The U.S. Life Saving Station, or the U.S. Coast Guard, is next to the boat and the Big Four bridge in in the background. Caption under photo reads "Wharf in...
    • Mary Hill School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Educational facilities; Schools
    • Mary Hill School, Sixth & Kentucky Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. Square, three-story brick building having a flat roof with small pediments on the front and side. Over the door is written, "Mary D. Hill School." A white picket fence surrounds the...
    • Playhouse, after 1980.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Theaters;
    • Playhouse theater. Originally built as a chapel for the Louisville Industrial House of Reform, it was purchased by the University of Louisville, circa 1923, as part of its acquisition of what later became known as Belknap Campus. The Playhouse was...
    • Playhouse, 1926.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Theaters;
    • Front entrance of the Playhouse theater at the University of Louisville, at its original site. Originally built as a chapel for the Louisville Industrial House of Reform, it was purchased by the University of Louisville, circa 1923, as part of its...
    • Playhouse, interior view, 1926.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Theaters; Stages (Platforms); Auditoriums;
    • Interior view of the Playhouse theater on its original site, showing the auditorium seats and curtain. Originally built as a chapel for the Louisville Industrial House of Reform, the Playhouse was purchased by the University of Louisville, circa...
    • Playhouse, circa 2008.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Theaters; Trees;
    • Playhouse Theater seen from across Second Street. There are several trees featuring fall foliage in front of the white frame building. The crosswalk on Second Street is also visible. Originally built as a chapel for the Louisville Industrial House...
    • Playhouse, Garth Walk, University of Louisville, circa early 1960s.

    • Couples; Covered walks; Theaters; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings;
    • A couple stands on the covered sidewalk, known as Garth Walk, outside the Playhouse. Constructed in 1932, Garth Walk was named after Mrs. Charles M. Garth, then president of the theater group known as the Players Club of Louisville. Originally...
    • Reed and Collier Company.

    • Group portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Actresses; Men; Women; Boys; Pianos
    • Group portrait of the Reed and Collier Company acting troupe, which performed "Hoss and Hoss" at Macauley's Theatre twice: on September 14-19, 1891, and April 20-22, 1893. The troupe's co-director, Willie Collier, is also listed as starring in...
    • Home of James Howard, 1904.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Fences; Yards; Snow
    • Snow-covered frame house, surrounded by a fenced yard, that was home to James Howard until his death in 1876, and to his family until the mansion was builty in 1894. This house was located at 1031 East Market Street in Port Fulton (now...

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