Buildings; Brick wall signs; Stairways; Fire escapes
Address: 121 South 7th Street, Louisville, Kentucky. View of south facing wall of building from Riverside parking lot on West Market Street near corner of 7th Street. Partially legible ghost sign reads "Purchasers-Liquidators of".
Buildings; Stores & shops; Office equipment & supplies industry; Eating & drinking facilities; Bars; Public accommodation facilities; Hotels; Department stores; Electric signs; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Automobiles; Pedestrians
Address: 111-23 S. 3rd Street in Louisville, Ky. Three and four-story white buildings housing Associated Business Service at 111, Pat's Bar at 113, Riverside Hotel at 119, and Kentucky Typewriter Co. at 121 South 3rd Street. A black and white brick...
City & town life; Street railroads; Railroads; Pedestrians
City street with low commercial buildings lining it. On the street are pedestrians and streetcars. On back of card: Riverside Ave. Spokane, Wash. Stamp: O.W. Watson Co. 02021 Division St. Phone M 8287 Spokane, Wash.
Clyde Howard standing on the steps of the house built for his family in Ormond Beach, Florida. The house was at 244 Riverside Drive. According to Clyde's daughter, Frances, it overlooked "the Daytona Road."
A couple identified as Wilna and "Tersie" at Riverside Park. The river is in the background as the couple sits under a large tree. They are well dressed for the occasion. The woman is holding the man's hat.
Portraits; Portrait photographs; Opera singers; Women; Costumes; Posing
Three-quarter length character portrait of American soprano Bessie Abott wearing a tunic and fur-trimmed cloak and clutching a long beaded necklace. Born Bessie Pickens in Riverside, New York in 1878, Abott died February 9, 1919, in New York City....
General Ulysses S. Grant's tomb, a large stone structure with columns. It is set on a small hill, with steps leading up to the building. There are people near the monument; one person is on a bicycle. Text printed on verso reads, "Grant's...
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Forts & fortifications
Drawing of Confederate fortification at Columbus, Kentucky, on a riverside cliff. Tents and people are atop the cliff. More people are by the water on flat roads on the banks. A steamboat travels toward the shore.
Riverside Baptist Church, located less than a mile from Oneida, up Goose Creek road at the mouth of Lick Branch. The Oneida school charter was signed here by the Board of Trustees in 1899. The church was later converted to a residence.