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    • Rosenbaum residence.

    • Rosenbaum residence.

    • Buildings; Houses

    • Address: 1418 Cherokee Road. Two residences are shown. The one on the left is the Rosenbaum residence designed by Joseph & Joseph. The entryway has a canopy with a balcony above and a wrap around porch with a metal grille. The striped canopy is...
    • George Kopmeier Residence.

    • George Kopmeier Residence.

    • Buildings; Houses

    • Address: 1434 Cherokee Road. Houses sited on hillsides, prominent walkways and stone steps, expansive porches, front-facing dormers and blue or green-glazed terra cotta roof tiles are all characteristic of the many Louisville homes designed by...
    • Royal Theatre.

    • Royal Theatre.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Royal Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 1809 W. Broadway. This, the first of Joseph & Joseph's suburban theaters, brought all the stylistic elements, detail and elegance of its larger, downtown predecessors to what was an emerging trend, the neighborhood theater devoted...
    • Salvation Army Citadel.

    • Salvation Army Citadel.

    • Buildings; Salvation Army

    • Address: 216 W. Chestnut Street (Building no longer exists). This Chestnut street building served the Salvation Army with office space, short-term living quarters and social services facilities in a single location. It resembles a Joseph &...
    • J. F. Kurfees Residence.

    • J. F. Kurfees Residence.

    • Buildings; Houses

    • Address: 235 S. Galt Avenue. Houses sited on hillsides, prominent walkways, stone steps, expansive porches, front-facing dormers and blue or green-glazed terra cotta roof tiles are all characteristic of the many Louisville homes designed by Joseph...
    • Cozy Theatre.

    • Cozy Theatre.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Restaurants; Lodges; Cozy Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 3105 S. Third Street. This ornamented building served as a Masonic Lodge (# 740, Free and Accepted Masons), motion picture theater, and a coffee shop. From 1917-1937, City Directories list both Cozy Theater and Suburban Hall as either...
    • Western Union Building.

    • Western Union Building.

    • Buildings; Western Union Telegraph Company

    • Address: 405-409 W. Market Street (Building no longer exists.). The Western Union main office and the adjacent Lincoln Savings Bank were built on land owned by J. M. Atherton and were in a long succession of architectural commissions linking Alfred...
    • Republic Building.

    • Republic Building.

    • Buildings; Churches; Canopies; Stores & shops; Republic Building (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 429 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.). The Republic Building, using glazed terra cotta as both surfacing and decorative elements, was one of the first buildings designed by Joseph & Joseph. The building is eleven stories with...
    • Stewart's Dry Goods, Inc.

    • Stewart's Dry Goods, Inc.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Stewart Dry Goods Co., Inc.

    • Address: 501 S. Fourth St. Usually credited to McDonald and Dodd, the Stewart's Dry Goods building was another project designed by Alfred S. Joseph while serving as chief architect and chief engineer for that firm. The photo shows an entrance on...
    • Henry Clay Hotel, exterior drawing.

    • Henry Clay Hotel, exterior drawing.

    • Buildings; Hotels; Lodges; Henry Clay Building (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 604 S. Third Street. This drawing of the Henry Clay Hotel shows Joseph and Joseph's signature suspended canopy over the entrance. Originally built as the Elks Athletic Club in 1924, it was converted into the Henry Clay Hotel in 1928 and...
    • Mammoth Building.

    • Mammoth Building.

    • Buildings; Automobiles; Bicycles & tricycles

    • Address: 604-612 W. Walnut Street (Building no longer exists). An unidentified building is shown in construction. It might be the Mammoth Building. The building has a suspended canopy, and mostly brick construction. The first floor has large...
    • Atherton Building.

    • Atherton Building.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Atherton Building (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 610 S. Fourth Street (Later known as the Francis Building). Completed in 1907, the Atherton Building would have been a project started while Alfred S. Joseph was still serving as chief architect and engineer for the firm of McDonald &...
    • Rialto Theatre construction, October 13, 1920.

    • Rialto Theatre construction, October 13, 1920.

    • Buildings; Building construction; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Rialto Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 616 S. Fourth Street (Demolished, 1969) . The classical façade of the Rialto made extensive use of white-glazed terra cotta tile from Cincinnati's Rookwood Pottery. This scene shows some of the machinery used in the construction as well...
    • Rialto Theatre interior.

    • Rialto Theatre interior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Rialto Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 616 S. Fourth Street (Demolished, 1969). This view of the Rialto Theatre stage was probably taken from the balcony and shows an elegant stage, with orchestra pit. The stage is framed by an ornately tiled arch and two box seats....
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