200 block south 4th Street on the east side. The Sutcliffe Company at the end of a block with Dan Cohen Shoes next door. A banner attached to Sutcliffe's reads Let's Fill It. Community Chest. Feb 3-13.
Northeast corner of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Starks Building with a Rodes-Rapier Company plaque by the entrance. There are multiple stores on the ground floor including an athletic clothing store and Arcade Drug...
Chestnut Street at Armory Place looking east toward 5th Street. View down Chestnut Street with multiple businesses, including a pool parlor, tailor, restaurant, drugstore, and loan company on either side of the street.
200 block of West Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, on the north side. Row of stone buildings with signs for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and a drug store selling candy and cigars. Cars are parked along the curb.
South Floyd Street near the Van Camp Packing Company plant. Beyond a fence are railroad freight cars, Van Camp water towers, a smokestack, and industrial buildings. Cars are parked along the street which has streetcar tracks running down the center.
Streets; Surveying; Men; Fences; Buildings; Industrial facilities; Lumber industry
Straight stretch of a road with a car stopped in the middle of the street. A man stands next to it with surveying equipment while two men are at the shoulder. A fourth man sits against a fence for the Wood Mosaic Company.
Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Railroad crossings; Buildings; Ore industry
Trench in the middle of a road surrounded by wood boards. Men stand around the site with construction equipment and materials. A railroad crossing and a building for the Cane Run Coal Company are in the background.
Iron and brick fence at the entrance to an American Tobacco Company warehouse facing a two-lane street. Billboards for General Electric and Aunt Jemima are across the street, as is the Arcadia Inn with a painted sign for Fall City Soft Drinks. At...
Five-story brick building with awning above the windows at the northwest corner of 8th Street and Main Street. The signs read Bessire & Company, a dairy supplies business. Some of the windows on the side of the building are arched.