Streets; Buildings; Public accommodation facilities; Hotels; Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.)
Intersection of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. The Seelbach Hotel is at the southwest corner with the Kentucky Hotel further west. Crowds of people cross the street. Title supplied by cataloger.
A table with food and dishes in the back corner in front of a pass-through to a kitchen where women in uniforms are working. Chairs are along one wall of the otherwise empty room with men and women crowded in a room on the other side of a...
Buildings; Stores & shops; Department stores; Shoe stores
Exterior view of the store Davidsons, with a display of hats in the windows, at the corner of Fourth Street and Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard). Mary Jane Shoes is down the block. Title supplied by cataloger.
A row of stores including Roth's jewelry store, Betty Maid Shops, Fern Shoes, and Gay's jewelry and watch store at the corner of 4th Street between Jefferson Street and Liberty Street. Title supplied by cataloger.
Slightly aerial view looking south of the intersection of Chestnut Street and Armory Place with an Italian restaurant at one corner and a car dealership across the street. A large truck is parked on Armory Place. Title supplied by cataloger.
Buildings; Industrial facilities; Tobacco industry
Two large industrial buildings for the manufacturing of Brown and Williamson cigarettes. There are signs for Wings and Raleigh brands. Aero-Graphic Corp. Louisville, Ky. Is stamped on the bottom right corner. Title supplied by cataloger.
View of Levy Brothers men's clothing store from the southwest corner of Third Street and Market Street. It is a multi-story brick building with arched windows and a turret. Title supplied by cataloger.
Before and after views of Fincastle Pharmacy, a long one-story building. In the before, the exterior is white and the signs have been removed. In the after, the Perma Stone siding has been installed, there are glass blocks on the corner window, and...
Before and after views of a bar at the corner of Shelby Street and Market Street. It is a two-story building. In the before, it is dark brick. In the after, the bottom one-third of the building has a Perma Stone façade and the top two-thirds is...