Address: 1117 Logan Street, Louisville, Kentucky. View of a one-story building with a chain-link fence and gate attached to it. Next door is a boarded up two-story brick building with a sign painted on its side reading "The Mattinglys." ...
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.
Address: 2595 S. 4th Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Abandoned building, possibly formerly National Steel Service Center, Inc. Ghost sign has been painted over in red. Building also includes contemporary graffiti and closed up windows/portals.
Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers
View of bulldozer and other equipment as the road at 38th Street and Market Street is torn up and the pipes and beams below exposed. There is a horse and wagon in the background. Men dig with shovels or stand nearby.
The 200 block of South 38th Street dug up with a trench with boards laid across and supported by vertical beams with piles of dirt on either side. Construction crews are at the end of the narrow lane or tunnel of boards.
3rd Street at Lansing Avenue looking north. Portion of a street dug up and covered with dirt and sewer and construction materials. Houses are to the left and a row of billboards are to the right. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
3rd Street at Lansing Avenue looking west. Intersection of two streets with some flooding at the curb. Both streets are in different stages of being dug up and repaired with piles of dirt along the roads. A manhole sticks up in the middle of the...
Streets; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers
3rd Street at Whitney Avenue looking south. Portion of a street dug up and covered with dirt and sewer and construction materials. Men are in the background with machinery. Houses lines the block. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Construction
600 block of south 4th Street on the west side looking north. Cars parked along the sidewalk next to a row of businesses, including a T.P. Taylor and Company and Piggly Wiggly. A construction site is set up to the north.
Buildings; Streets; Bricks; Street railroad tracks; Maintenance & repair
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street looking north. A stretch of road is dug up around the streetcar tracks in front of a row of stores on 4th Street. A man stands next to equipment and a pile of bricks.
Sawhorses set up at the northwest corner of 4th Street and Main Street looking north. A sign reads Go To Bullitt Street Entrance One Block West to Oscar Farmer & Sons. Hay. Grain. Feeds. A multi-story brick and stone building with arched...
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