Train station and railroad tracks at the Ohio River facing south towards the city. There is a railroad station with industrial buildings in the background. There are signs for Swift and J.I. Seidenman and Company.
The 100 block of south 8th Street with a warehouse on the right and Bessire and Company, a baking supply company, on the left corner beyond streetcar tracks and a stretch of brick road. A construction site is further down the street.
Side view of a long, two-story brick building painted white at the southwest corner of the 100 block of South 8th Street and Main Street. There are some wide warehouse and garage doors along the side. Two cars are parked next to the building.
Rear view of the side of Bessire and Company, a business in a five-story brick building at the 100 block South 8th Street, at the northwest corner of 8th Street and Main Street. The windows are arched. Trucks are parked on the side of the street.
Row of buildings damaged by the tornado which hit Louisville, Kentucky, on March 27, 1890. Men are walking in the street which is littered with debris. A power pole leans against one of the buildings. The tornado killed an estimated 100 people and...
Broken boards, rocks, and other rubble at 10th Street and Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky. A row of damaged buildings, including some missing roofs and walls, is on the right. Title: 257 10th and Main Sts., Looking West, Louisville, Ky. Text on...
Address: 113 S 7th Street, Louisville, Kentucky. “Bridges” and “Co.” are legible against several layers of advertisements. A building of equal height has since been built adjacent to this one, concealing the signs.