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    • William J. Dodd.

    • Bookplates; Labels
    • View of a two-story house with shrubbery inside a decorative frame with ornamental flourishes. Inside the frame above the house is the phrase "Ex Libris." The name "William J. Dodd" is below the house. The house has been identified as being Dodd's...
    • William B. Harrison of Louisville, Kentucky, at Lincoln Spring, 1930.

    • Portraits; Men; Government officials; Mayors; Historic sites; Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site (Ky.); Springs
    • William B. Harrison (left), Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky from 1927-1933, filling a bottle with spring water while another man, holding a stoppered bottle, looks on. The photograph has been cut on either side, making it smaller. Handwritten on back...
    • 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...
    • West Virginia-Ohio-KY. Huntington Quadrangle.

    • Maps; Topographic maps; Quadrangle maps
    • Topographic map on a scale of 1:125000 of the area near Huntington, West Virginia, with Lawrence County, Ohio to the northwest. Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Putnam, and Logan Counties of West Virginia are shown. Kentucky, to the west, is only shown in...
    • West Virginia-Ohio-KY. Huntington Quadrangle.

    • Maps; Topographic maps; Quadrangle maps
    • Topographic map on a scale of 1:125000 of the area near Huntington, West Virginia, with Lawrence County, Ohio to the northwest. Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Putnam, and Logan Counties of West Virginia are shown. Kentucky, to the west, is only shown in...
    • Water mill.

    • Mills; Waterwheels; Streams; Boys; Men
    • Two boys and a man look out from a wooden water mill, perhaps Lincoln Gilbert's mill on Red Bird Creek. Handwritten on bottom border: 521. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Walter L. Conner of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Bankers
    • Portrait of Walter L. Conner of Louisville, Kentucky. His hair is long and wavy on top, and he is wearing dark-rimmed glasses and a striped tie. Stamped on bottom, front of image: The Heath Studio. Handwritten on back: Lincoln Bank & Trust Company.
    • Urban Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Streets; Cobblestone streets
    • Address: 122 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. On the first floor of the Urban Building are plate glass windows with signs for "Lincoln Building & Loan Association" and "L&N." Above the plate glass windows are leaded or stained glass...
    • United States of America.

    • Maps
    • Map of eastern North America includes states, territories, rivers, cities and mountain ranges. Kentucky is shown as the western part of Virginia and there are seven county names printed in the Kentucky area: Fayette, Madison, Lincoln, Jefferson,...
    • Tom Sweatt of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Bankers
    • Thomas W. Sweatt of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a printed bow tie. The photograph has been cut to an irregular shape and attached to card stock. Handwritten on back of image: Banker (vice president of Lincoln Bank & Trust Company).
    • Tom Sweatt of Louisville, Kentucky, 1925.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Bankers
    • Portrait of Thomas W. Sweatt of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a checkered suit jacket and bow tie. The photograph is marked with discolorations and damaged around the edges. Photographer's signature [Sid Whiting?] on front of image. Handwritten on...
    • Thos. Speed.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Thomas Speed was born in Bardstown, Kentucky, in 1841, and was educated at Centre and Hanover Colleges. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War. After the war Captain Speed studied law at the University of Michigan, and practiced in...
    • Third Street at West Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky, 1919.

    • Automobiles; Stores & shops; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Apartment houses; Young Men's Christian associations; Buildings; Transportation
    • View of Third Street near its intersection with West Broadway, showing cars driving and parked along Third Street; a bicycle propped against the curb in front of the Louisville Tube Vulcanizing Company at 666 S. Third Street; Smith Price Tire Co....

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