100 block of south 4th Street on the east side. Row of multi-story brick buildings containing businesses such as Royal Typewriter Company, 4th Avenue Hotel, and Clarence R. Smith & Company Office Equipment.
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.
Buildings; Cultural facilities; Theaters; Hotels; Coffeehouses
400 block west Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking east. View down Walnut Street with the Walnut theater, a cafeteria, and the Seelbach Hotel along one side of the street and the Hotel Watterson and a coffee shop on the other side.
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Hotels; Financial facilities; Street railroads
4th Street and Main Street looking south. Multi-story brick buildings on either side of 4th Street, including a hotel, Western Union, and Lincoln Bank and Trust Company in the distance. Streetcar tracks run down Main Street.
Streets; Buildings; Libraries; Hotels; Brown Hotel (Louisville, Ky.); Stores & shops; Automobile dealerships
700 block of South 4th Street at York Street looking north towards Broadway. The Louisville Public Library is to the northeast with the Brown Hotel in the distance behind it. Standard Automobile Company is on the west side of the road.
700 block of South 4th Street looking north. The Brown Hotel is at the northeast corner and the Hotel Berkeley is across the street. Cars and wagons are on the road. Streetcar tracks run down the center of 4th Street.
700 block South 4th Street at York and Library Place looking north. A statute of Abraham Lincoln is on the east side in front of the library. Car dealerships are on the west side of the road before the Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church. The Brown...
A dozen men, one in an apron, another with two suitcases, stand in front of a three-story building with extensive windows on the first floor and a canopy over the first floor. Between the second and third floors, "Hotel Zora" is painted.