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    • Wm. C. P. Breckinridge.

    • Wm. C. P. Breckinridge.

    • Lawyers; Newspaper editors; Portraits

    • W. C. P. Breckinridge was born in Baltimore, Md., in 1837. He was educated at Pisgah Academy in Woodford County, Kentucky, before attending Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, where he graduated in 1855. He received a law degree from the...
    • Macauley's Theatre lobby.

    • Macauley's Theatre lobby.

    • Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Theaters; Lobbies; Ticket offices; Men

    • Interior of lobby of Macauley's Theatre. The floor is tiled and the ceiling painted with designs. Portraits (including those from this collection) can be seen on the walls. A young man, identified as Harry J. Martin, sits in the box office, while...
    • 5th: 400BS, E side.

    • 5th: 400BS, E side.

    • Buildings; Offices; Newspaper industry; Construction

    • 400 block south 5th Street on the east side. Louisville Herald Building, a two-story brick building with a For Reint sign in the window. It is separated by an alley from a brick-and-stone building under construction with materials and equipment on...
    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Streets; Buildings; Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Theaters; Cultural facilities; Office buildings; Stores & shops; Automobiles

    • Street scene includes parked cars along Walnut Street; marquee for Macauley's Theatre (329 W. Walnut Street), featuring a performance by Fassett Co. in "The Whole Town's Talking"; a candy/soda shop; and The Louisville Post. The theater...
    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Streets; Buildings; Theaters; Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Cultural facilities; Office buildings; Stores & shops; Automobiles

    • Street scene includes parked cars along Walnut Street; marquee for Macauley's Theatre (329 W. Walnut Street), featuring a performance by Fassett Co. in "Naughty Wife"; a candy/soda shop; and The Louisville Post. The theater was razed...
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