400 block of Chestnut Street on the south side. View of the Francis Garage from across the street. Four young African-American men stand in front of the entrance. A hotel is to the west of the garage. The Francis Building is to the east.
Streams; Streets; Floods; Floods--Kentucky--Louisville; Automobiles; Children
Eastern Parkway between Goss Avenue and Beargrass Creek. Flooded street with a row of cars driving through the water. The water is at the height of the cars' front bumpers. Four young boys wade through the water. Note on photograph - 9:10 am.
Construction equipment; Sewerage; Hoisting machinery; Men; Construction workers; Sewerage
Construction machinery with a crane next to a large pile of dirt. Four men are in a pit near the machinery's scoop or shovel. Cars are parked along the road in the background. Title supplied by cataloger.
Streets; Men; Construction workers; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Construction equipment
Four men stand in a trench with construction machinery nearby. A man stands above them at the edge of the hole. Middle Fork of Beargrass Creek in the area south of Lexington Road near Cave Hill Cemetery, near Irish Hill and Cherokee Triangle.
Four men stand at the entrance to a tunnel at the end of a wide dirt path. The tunnel is supported by stones and runs under the ground. Trees and a large building with a stone foundation are in the background. Near Beals Branch Road and Braeview...
Railroad tracks; Signs (Notices); Construction equipment; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; United States. Public Works Administration
Railroad tracks from the Louisville & Interurban Railroad leading to the Orell neighborhood in Shively. A posted sign is for the Federal Public Works Project no. 937. Construction machinery is in a yard behind the tracks with a house on either...
Four men stand in ankle-deep water at the Point with construction equipment and two small buildings behind them. Labeled: Ohio River Flood. January-February 1937 by Commissioners of Sewerage of Louisville, Ky. 1:45.