Trails & paths; Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903; Trees; Bridges; Parks
Wooded bridge on trail through heavily wooded area of Jacob's Park in Louisville, Ky. Sunlight plays upon the tree trunks. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. Jacob's Park later became Iroquois Park.
Built by the Lexington and Ohio Railroad Company in 1848, the tunnel allowed trains to travel directly into Frankfort, Kentucky. Railroad tracks lead into the tunnel, and the steep cliff of the adjacent mountain clearly illustrates the engineering...
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments; Monuments & memorials
Confederate Monument on Third Street in Louisville, Kentucky. The monument consists of a tall obelisk-like structure topped by the figure of a Confederate soldier holding a rifle. Published by IPCN & Co., publisher's number 17-6.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Belmont, Battle of, Belmont, Mo., 1861; Gunboats; Vehicles
Drawing by Rear Admiral Walke at the Battle of Belmont of gunboats Tyler and Lexington, at center of larger drawing. Guns are shooting from a high cliff on the left. Right of that, on a low area lies a town. Shots are also coming from the right....