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  • Description: canopies
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    • 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. This view of Fifth Street includes the Republic Building and the Cathedral of the Assumption. The Cathedral was completed in 1852 and is one of the oldest public...
    • Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.); Hotels; Canopies; Street railroads; Buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 500 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A flagpole and two signs proclaiming "The Seelbach" extend from the roof of the Seelbach Hotel in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. On the street a trolley is just about to pass one of the suspended...
    • Crutcher & Starks, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Cities & towns; Stores & shops; Canopies; Automobiles; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Buildings; Transportation
    • Crutcher & Starks, at 656 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky (the corner of Fourth and Jefferson Streets), has show windows shaded by canopies. To the left signs can be seen for Dan Cohen shoes and Millers Ltd. Selz Shoes. To the right are...
    • Levy Brothers store, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Levy Brothers (Firm); Clothing stores; Stores & shops; Canopies; Buildings
    • The Levy Bros. store at 235 W. Market Street in the heart of downtown Louisville is shown with cloth canopies protecting its first floor display windows. A suspended canopy framed with glass globes covers the main entryway on Market Street. Cars...
    • Republic Building.

    • Buildings; Churches; Canopies; Stores & shops; Republic Building (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 429 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.). The Republic Building, using glazed terra cotta as both surfacing and decorative elements, was one of the first buildings designed by Joseph & Joseph. The building is eleven stories with brick...
    • Rodes-Rapier storefront, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Window displays; Stores & shops; Fire hydrants; Cobblestone streets; Office buildings; Buildings
    • Address: 447-449 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Rodes-Rapier Co., a clothing and furnishings store, displays men's suits and hats in a show window. Another display window shows women's blouses. Embossed metal plates are attached to stone...
    • Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1913.

    • City & town life; Street railroad tracks; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Theaters; Stores & shops; People; Transportation; Buildings
    • Address: 438 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. This skyline view of Fourth Street looks down at Byck's Shoes, Avenue Theatre, Kentucky Engraving Company and other businesses. Many of the businesses have signs or canopies above the sidewalk....
    • Louisville Country Club, 1921.

    • Country clubs; Lawns; Buildings
    • The clubhouse of the Louisville Country Club sits atop a landscape of rolling hills with manicured grass and trees. A flagless flagpole stands to the right of the three-story building. The first floor windows are arched and appear to have striped...
    • Stewart's Dry Goods, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Stores & shops; Buildings; Automobiles; Streets; Historic buildings; Stewart Dry Goods Co., Inc.
    • Address: 501 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Rows of black cars are parked on either side of the Stewart Dry Goods Company at the corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard). The stone and brick building rises several...
    • Women with Model A Ford, 1929.

    • Automobiles; Convertible automobiles; Transportation; People; Women; Hats
    • A group of five women stand around a parked Model A Ford. The convertible has its spare tire attached to the side of the car near the front tire. The hood ornament is a running greyhound. The women wear tight-fitting hats and coats trimmed in fur....
    • Haymarket, Louisville, Kentucky, 1939.

    • Markets; Shopping
    • Customers browse the wares at the Haymarket outdoor farmers' market, located between Jefferson and Liberty and Brook and Floyd Streets in Louisville, Kentucky. Sellers' booths are set up under pavilions with canopies. Wares include baskets of...
    • Kentucky Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Hotels; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Buildings; Transportation
    • This street scene features the Kentucky Hotel with its suspended canopies, brick walkways, and shops on the first floor, including T. P. Taylor Co. and the Kentucky Coffee Shop. In the lower right, the corner of B. F. Keith's Theatre is visible. On...

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