Historic buildings; Lawns; Mansions; Dwellings; Trees
Lawn of the Peterson-Dumesnil estate. Built in 1869 as a summer home for tobacco merchant Joseph Peterson, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Title supplied by cataloger.
Curved dirt road on the Peterson-Dumesnil estate. Built in 1869 as a summer home for tobacco merchant Joseph Peterson, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Title supplied by cataloger.
Men; Women; African Americans; Employees; Distilling industry
A group of men, some of them African-American, and a few women sit at tables in a cafeteria. A sign on the wall congratulates Hill & Hill Distillery for winning the National Distillers Safety Contest in 1944 and 1945.
Three Louisville Slugger baseball bats. The top bat is signed by Jimmie Foxx. The middle has a picture of Harry (Hank) Gowdy. A sign on the bottom bat reads "The original Louisville Slugger used by Honus Wagner his first year in the National...
A man in a suit stands to the right of a cluster of sports advertisements. A number of signs advertise a free trip to the World Series, sponsored by the Sporting News. In the center are American League and National League teams and scores. Title...
Large tractor trailer parked in front of a commercial building. The text on the side of the trailer reads "Bullet Riddled Nazi Messerschmitt Plane. Next Sop. On National Tour. Under Auspices of Bundles for America." A tarp is secured over...
Pick-up truck with its bed filled on the sidewalk in front of First National Bank. A crowd of people is to one side of the truck. A man lies underneath the truck, which has "St. Bernard Coal Co." painted on its side.
Stone building submerged in water from the 1937 flood up to near the top of a doorway at the National Distillers' Sunnybrook or Sunny Brook plant. A taller brick building is in the background. Copy photograph.
Brick building, the National Distillers' Sunnybrook or Sunny Brook plant on 28th Street side, with water about halfway up a doorway. A dark diagonal line near the top of the building indicates how deep the water was. Copy photograph.