1020 Saint Louis Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. On the east side of this building are two painted signs across the length of the building, the first faded and illegible, the second reading in part, "Blue Grass Bell Cider Vinegar".
103½ N 32nd Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The entire south side of this building has been painted over in white, with the letters "E", "N", and "T" appearing across the buttresses where the paint has peeled.
A loose crowd stands along Jefferson Street, while a horse-drawn tram passes on the road. Buildings damaged by the tornado which hit Louisville, Kentucky, on March 27, 1890, stand on the other side of the street. On the near side of the street, one...
Multiple views of Griffiths Avenue (mis-captioned as Griffin) at 30th Street. A dirt road runs between a set of train tracks on a slight hill and an overgrown lot with houses in the background. In one view, there is a large puddle across the road.
The 200 block of South 38th Street dug up with a trench with boards laid across and supported by vertical beams with piles of dirt on either side. Construction crews are at the end of the narrow lane or tunnel of boards.
Large group of men in multiple rows wearing military uniforms and coats in front of a building. Across the bottom of the photo reads "443rd. Ordnance Co. - Aviation Bombardment - Bowman Field, KY. Nov. 8, 1941."
400 block south 4th Street on the west side. View from across the street of a multi-story stone building. Businesses on the ground level include Western Union, Rodgers and Krull jewelers, and Hook's Drugs.
View from across the street of the Starks Building, a multi-story brick building with store fronts on the ground floor, including Arcade Drug Store, A.G. Spalding and Company Athletic Outfitters, and an office furniture store. The higher level...
Two rows of men in military uniforms in front of a building with a sign reading "Headquarters 706th Ordnance Co. Avn. Across the bottom of the image reads "706th Ordnance Co. (AVN.) A.B. - Bowman Field, KY. Nov. 8, 1941.