Buildings; Health care facilities; Hospitals; Sanatoriums; Waverly Hills Sanatorium (Louisville, Ky.)
Interior photos of Waverly Hills sanatorium including an operating or examining room with a gurney and other medical supplies and a hallway with two almost transparent male figures along the right wall.
Buildings; Transportation facilities; Automobile service stations; Garages
Interior and exterior views of the Auto & Trailer Mart, including shots of the office and waiting area, cars in the garage, and front and side views of the outside of the building. Address: 4033 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky.
Men roll barrels of bourbon at the Frankfort Distillery Co. warehouse at the Dixie Highway plant. The men wear sleeveless shirts and long pants as they systematically roll the barrels in a line. To the left and right are barrels stocked up on...
Address: 850 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Ky., between Howard and West Breckinridge Streets. Ghost sign is on center building of the Brown-Forman Corporation and has been built around. Only visible lettering of ghost sign is "&Co."
Before and after views of the Calvary Apostolic Church. In the before, the building has white siding. In the after, the siding has been replaced with a Perma Stone façade, and a new sign has been hung.
Two exterior views of the Clayton & Lambert Manufacturing Company building, a large brick building with some equipment on the front lawn. Address: Clayton & Lambert, 1701 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky.
Rows of equipment inside the Clayton & Lambert Manufacturing Company building. The company made blow torches, fire pots, and water heaters. Address: Clayton & Lambert, 1701 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky.
A large boat is in the foreground of a partially flooded street lined by stores and houses. Two men sit in a rowboat at the intersection of Dixie Highway and St. Louis Avenue. Image is stamped Ohio River Flood January - February 1937 by...
Automobile service stations; Gasoline pumps; Cobblestone streets
A Gulf service station sits at the corner of Dixie Highway (then called Eighteenth Street) and Oak Street, which are both cobblestone. Street car tracks run along the street. Houses stand in the background.