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    • Oral history interview with Goldie Beckett.

    • Undertakers and undertaking; Business people; African American businesspeople; Politicians; African American politicians; Discrimination in public accommodations; Segregation--Law and legislation; Discrimination in employment; African...
    • Oral history interview with Goldie Winstead Beckett, conducted on September 12, 1978 by Ken Chumbley. In this interview, Mrs. Beckett discusses her life as well as her husband’s experiences as alderman in the city of Louisville in the late 1940s...
    • Oral history interview with Mae Street Kidd.

    • African Americans; Civil rights demonstrations; Race relations; Public relations; Discrimination in housing; Housing; African American legislators; Insurance agents; Women legislators; African American legislators; Kentucky--Politics and...
    • Oral history interview conducted with legislator Mae Street Kidd on October 10, November 11, and December 5, 1978 by Ken Chumbley. Ms. Kidd discusses her life, including her childhood growing up in Bourbon County. Kidd attended the Lincoln...
    • Walnut Street from Seventh Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Streets; Roads; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; African Americans
    • Looking south from 7th Street down Walnut St. (now Muhammad Ali Blvd) in Louisville, Ky. Cars are traveling along Walnut and parked along each side of the road. Businesses on the left side of Walnut include Central Liquors, Domestic Life, and the...
    • Walnut Street from Seventh Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Streets; Roads; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; African Americans
    • Looking south from 7th Street down Walnut St. (now Muhammad Ali Blvd) in Louisville, Ky. Cars are traveling along Walnut and parked along each side of the road. Businesses on the left side of Walnut include Central Liquors, Domestic Life, and the...
    • Walnut Street from Seventh Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Streets; Roads; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; African Americans
    • Looking south from 7th Street down Walnut St. (now Muhammad Ali Blvd) in Louisville, Ky. Cars and a bus are traveling along Walnut and parked along each side of the road. Businesses on the left side of Walnut include Central Liquors, Domestic Life,...
    • Walnut Street from Seventh Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Streets; Roads; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; African Americans
    • Looking south from 7th Street down Walnut St. (now Muhammad Ali Blvd) in Louisville, Ky. Cars are traveling along Walnut and parked along each side of the road. Businesses on the left side of Walnut include Central Liquors, Domestic Life, and the...
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr.

    • African Americans; African American business enterprises; African American businesspeople; Drugstores; Pharmacists; African American pharmacists; Urban renewal; Automobile service stations; Standard Oil Company; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr., conducted on August 17, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Moorman was a businessman in Louisville's Walnut Street area. Mr. Moorman discusses his parents and grandparents, and his early life in Owensboro,...
    • 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.
    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Streets; Buildings; Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Theaters; Cultural facilities; Office buildings; Stores & shops; Automobiles
    • Street scene includes parked cars along Walnut Street; marquee for Macauley's Theatre (329 W. Walnut Street), featuring a performance by Fassett Co. in "The Whole Town's Talking"; a candy/soda shop; and The Louisville Post. The theater was razed...
    • Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1920s.

    • Streets; Buildings; Theaters; Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Cultural facilities; Office buildings; Stores & shops; Automobiles
    • Street scene includes parked cars along Walnut Street; marquee for Macauley's Theatre (329 W. Walnut Street), featuring a performance by Fassett Co. in "Naughty Wife"; a candy/soda shop; and The Louisville Post. The theater was razed after the...
    • 609 West Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Demolition; Buildings; Cultural facilities; Motion picture theaters; Office buildigns; Marquees; Signs (Notices); Electric signs; Stores & shops; Pawnshops; Automobiles
    • Address: 609 W. Walnut Street in Louisville, Ky. Bare earth lot to the west and north of Grand Theater at 607-11 West Walnut Street. The Armory Building at 525, Republic Building at 429, Mammoth Building at 606-08, and Pythian Building at 614 W....
    • Republic Building, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1915.

    • Republic Building (Louisville, Ky.); Cathedral of the Assumption (Louisville, Ky.); Office buildings; Churches; Canopies; Stores & shops; Buildings
    • Address: 429 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.), Louisville, Kentucky (northeast corner of 5th and Walnut). This view of Fifth Street includes the Republic Building and the Cathedral of the Assumption. The Cathedral was completed in 1852 and...
    • Walnut Street and Fifth Street intersection, Louisville, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Buildings; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Painted wall signs; Automobiles; Traffic police; Streets
    • View of the S.E. corner of the intersection of Walnut at Fifth, showing building which was razed to make way for the Kentucky Hotel. A policeman is directing traffic from the middle of the intersection with the old-style hand-manipulated traffic...
    • Walnut Street and Third Street intersection, Louisville, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Automobiles; Streets; Roads; Street railroads; People; Advertisements; Buildings; Painted wall signs; Signs (Notices); Traffic police; Architecture; Theaters; Drugstores; Stores & shops; Macauley's Theatre (Louisville, Ky.); Business districts
    • 300 block of Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, looking west from Third Street. A police officer is stationed in the middle of the intersection to manually switch the "stop" and "go" signs for traffic control. A man on a bicycle and several...
    • Starks Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Automobiles; Street railroads
    • A view of the Starks Building located at 455 South 4th St. at the intersection of 4th and Walnut St. (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.), taken from an elevated position. The building features 14 stories, awnings on the first floor, and Beaux Arts details....
    • Walnut Street Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky, 1940.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Churches; Baptist churches; Religious facilities; Bell towers
    • Walnut St. Baptist Church at the southeast corner of 3rd and Saint Catherine St. in Louisville, Ky. The gothic style church features large stained glass windows on three sides and a tall ornate bell tower. Designed by Kenneth McDonald (1852-1940),...

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