Two sets of before-and-after views of the Progressive Building and Loan building at 5th Street and Jefferson. In the before, the building is white brick with painted advertisements on the side wall. The sidewalk is blocked off with barriers and...
Buildings; Offices; Newspaper industry; Construction
400 block south 5th Street on the east side. Louisville Herald Building, a two-story brick building with a For Reint sign in the window. It is separated by an alley from a brick-and-stone building under construction with materials and equipment on...
Northeast corner of 5th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking east. Multi-story light brick-and-stone building at the corner with stores on the ground level, including Moseon and King. Image has deteriorated.
Buildings; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Coffeehouses; Street railroads
Southeast corner of 5th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Multi-story stone-and-brick building with a T.P. Taylor drugstore on the corner. The Kentucky Coffee Shop is on walnut Street. A streetcar is moving north on 5th Street.
Southeast corner of 5th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. A police man stands in the intersection. At one corner is the tire store Humber Brothers with a Fire Sale sign hanging from the building. Other businesses line the block.
“A reconstruction of the Dipylon (left) and Sacred gates as they might have appeared in the fifth century BC, before the forward defences [defenses] (proteichisma) and moat were added.” (caption, p.18)