Southeast corner of 5th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. A police man stands in the intersection. At one corner is the tire store Humber Brothers with a Fire Sale sign hanging from the building. Other businesses line the block.
Southeast corner of 3rd Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. A policeman stands in the intersection with a multi-story brick building at the corner. A For Rent sign is in one of the lower-story windows.
Northeast corner of 3rd Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking east. A policeman stands in the intersection with a cafeteria at the corner. A sign reading 'Welcome A.N.A.' hangs from the building.
200 block of West Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, on the north side. Row of stone buildings with signs for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and a drug store selling candy and cigars. Cars are parked along the curb.
Wide street covered with ice and water and lined by stores, including Nash & Lafayette Sales and Service and Phoenix Garage. A group of people stands on the sidewalk. Image is stamped Ohio River Flood January - February 1937 by Commissioners of...
3rd Street at Young Street looking north. Trench supported by wood beams for sewer pipes with houses to the left and a store to the right. A portion of Young Street ran between south 1st Street and 3rd Street north of Adair Street. Notes:...
3rd Street at Young Street looking north. Deep hole in the middle of a street with lumber nearby. Houses are to the left and a store is to the right. A portion of Young Street ran between south 1st Street and 3rd Street north of Adair Street....
Streets; Railroad tracks; Railroad crossings; Buildings; Stores & shops; Men
Road running parallel to a railroad crossing with a store at the corner. A group of men sit on a bench in front of the store next to the street sign. An advertisement for Peacock Coffee is on the side of the business. Title supplied by cataloger.
Hiawatha Avenue and Louisville Avenue looking north. Wide trench supported by wood beams. Train tracks are to the left with storefronts to the right. Equipment and materials are scattered around the site.