A wide trench supported by wood beams set on the side of a road lined by houses and businesses. A. Holzknecht Shoemaker is across the street. Construction machinery and materials are on site. A dump truck is on a ramp.Title supplied by cataloger.
Men stand at the base of a deep and wide trench with the scoop part of a construction loader on the ground. There is also a view of the bottom arch of a tunnel or large pipe under construction.Title supplied by cataloger.
Sewers; Pipes (Conduits); Sewerage; Construction; Pipes (Conduits); Men; Construction workers; Construction equipment
Below- and above-ground construction of a tunnel or large sewer pipe in a trench. Men install curved portions of wood and use supporting beams. Construction machinery is on site.Title supplied by cataloger.
Men; Construction workers; Construction; Sewerage; Sewers; Pipes (Conduits); Construction equipment
Men work digging a large, deep trench in a street and beams for support for the construction and installation of a sewer system. Construction machinery and materials are on site.Title supplied by cataloger.
Men work on a sewer construction site where wood tunnel supports are being constructed in a wide trench and concrete is being poured. A group of African-American men stand at the bottom of a ramp for concrete.Title supplied by cataloger.
Buildings; Houses; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers; Construction equipment; Hoisting machinery
Multiple views of a sewer trench being dug in a residential area. Wood beams support the trench. Trucks and a crane are on site and there are piles of dirt. Men are on site.Title supplied by cataloger.
Baseball; Baseball players; Athletes; Group portraits; Men
Group portrait of the Louisville Eclipse team, which played Major League baseball in the American Association from 1882-1884 (following a stint as a semi-pro team from Louisville's West End). The team played at the original location of Eclipse...
Fire fighters; Fire engines; Vehicles; People associated with health & safety; Uniforms
Uniformed firefighters stand on fire engine No. 2. Image is discolored and marked from age. Written on another copy of image: "Louisville, Kentucky, April 14-1918; Enlargement by R.G. Potter." Original information associated with this...
Springfield, boyhood home of U.S. President Zachary Taylor, located at 5608 Apache Road in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky. The home, built circa 1790, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966. Title supplied by cataloger.