Cars park along the brick road on one side of the Brown & Williamson Company plant. Railroad tracks abut the building on another side. This tobacco product manufacturing plant near Hill and Sixteenth Streets in Louisville, Kentucky, opened in...
Exhibit booth decorated with Kool penguins and other Brown and Williamson cigarette-related items. Names of cigarettes are painted along the counter. A sign reads Save the Coupons. Useful Gifts. Valuable Premiums. Title supplied by cataloger.
Streets; Buildings; Warehouses; Factories; Tobacco industry
Multiple views of the Brown & Williamson Wings building, a tobacco facility at 1600 Hill Street, the streets leading to it, and other small buildings, including a diner, in the area.Title supplied by cataloger.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Tobacco industry
Parade float with Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corp across the side and large cigarette cartons and a male figure with a building under the word Prosperity on top of the float. Title supplied by cataloger.
Parade float with two women sitting on the top next to large cigarettes. A large cigarette pack is at the front and rear of the float. The sign across the float reads "LOCAL 185." A small plaque on the float reads "Billy Smith."
Construction workers; Industrial facilities; Buildings; Construction
Progress view of Brown & Williamson Co. plant at 16th & Hill Streets. Construction workers carry materials and work on the foundation and steel structure of the building. A truck marked ""F.W. Owens Brick Contractor,""...
The areas studied exhibit different aspects of the problem of orphan strip mines. The Palzo tract is a 192 acre parcel of orphan land in southern Illinois that is being reclaimed by incorporating sewage sludge into the spoil and seeding. Seven...