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    • 4th: 300 BS W side.

    • 4th: 300 BS W side.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Shoe stores; Millinery

    • 300 block of south 4th Street on the west side. Marion E. Taylor Building with stores on the ground level, including Emerson Shoe Company, Wormser Hat Shop, and English Woolen Company Tailors.
    • 4th: 300 BS W side.

    • 4th: 300 BS W side.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Shoe stores; Millinery

    • 300 block of south 4th Street on the west side. Marion E. Taylor Building with stores on the ground level, including Emerson Shoe Company, Wormser Hat Shop, and English Woolen Company Tailors.
    • Walnut: 300BW.

    • Walnut: 300BW.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Florist shops; Advertisements

    • 300 block west Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Two-story brick buildings containing a flower shop and J. Winter Jr. A large sign for cigarettes is mounted to the roof of one of the buildings.
    • Walnut: 400BW, -- E.

    • Walnut: 400BW, -- E.

    • Buildings; Cultural facilities; Theaters; Hotels; Coffeehouses

    • 400 block west Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking east. View down Walnut Street with the Walnut theater, a cafeteria, and the Seelbach Hotel along one side of the street and the Hotel Watterson and a coffee shop on the other side.
    • 4th: 500 BS, W side.

    • 4th: 500 BS, W side.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Theaters; Clothing stores; Restaurants

    • 500 block of south 4th Street on the west side. A block of multi-story brick buildings including a theater, Lee Lewis Restaurant, Durand-Perry women's clothing shop, and Queen Quality Shoes.
    • 4th: 500 BS, W side.

    • 4th: 500 BS, W side.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Millinery; Restaurants

    • 500 block of south 4th Street on the west side. Multi-story brick and stone buildings. Storefronts include a millinery shop, Taylor Trunk Company, and a restaurant. Offices are located above.
    • 4th: 600 BS E side-N.

    • 4th: 600 BS E side-N.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Commercial facilities; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Theaters

    • 600 block of south 4th Street on the east side looking north. A row of different height buildings including Louisville Rubber Company, a record shop, Western Auto Supply Company, and the Kentucky Theater.
    • 4th: 600 BS NE cnr.

    • 4th: 600 BS NE cnr.

    • Streets; Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Tobacco shops

    • 600 block of south 4th Street on the northeast corner. View of the Starks Building, a multi-story brick and stone building. On the ground level are stores, including Sutcliffe, Stern's Silk Shop, and a cigar store.
    • Head of a Man.

    • Head of a Man.

    • Collages; Montages; Photographs; Men; Heads (Anatomy); Moral aspects of war; Pessimism

    • "Henderson is rarely accorded much status in accounts of postwar art but he was a formative influence on members of London's Independent Group, especially [Eduardo] Paolozzi and [Richard] Hamilton. In the late 1940s and 1950s he photographed...
    • Head of a Man, detail.

    • Head of a Man, detail.

    • Collages; Montages; Photographs; Men; Heads (Anatomy); Moral aspects of war; Pessimism; Details

    • "Henderson is rarely accorded much status in accounts of postwar art but he was a formative influence on members of London's Independent Group, especially [Eduardo] Paolozzi and [Richard] Hamilton. In the late 1940s and 1950s he photographed...
    • Au Naturel.

    • Au Naturel.

    • Sculpture; Mixed media; Puns (Visual works); Sex; Couples; Relations between the sexes; Human body; Body parts; Anatomy; Genitals; Pails; Containers; Fruit; Melons; Food; Citrus fruit; Oranges; Cucumbers; Vegetables

    • "Lucas grew up in a working-class environment in East London and uses its idioms in her work. To some extent she has also borrowed from the American art that she saw in the late 1980s in London's Saatchi Gallery. Her 'grungy' abject imagery...
    • Commercial street, 1928.

    • Commercial street, 1928.

    • Automobiles; Business districts; Signs (notices); Buildings

    • A business strip in an unidentified town. Shops, hotels and restaurants line the road on either side. Visible signage includes the Johnson Hotel, Electric Shoe Shop and Silver Flash Gasoline.
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