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    • Horace Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Horace Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people

    • Portrait of Horace A. Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a high buttoned vest with a suit jacket. The photograph is damaged in the corners and badly discolored from age. Handwritten on back of image: President Taylor Drug stores.
    • Horace Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Horace Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people

    • Horace A. Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a printed tie and handkerchief in his jacket pocket. Crop marks outline his image, and the photograph is damaged around the edges and discolored from age. Handwritten on front of image: Standiford...
    • Hardin County Courthouse, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1931.

    • Hardin County Courthouse, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1931.

    • Cities & towns; Cityscapes; Streets; Buildings; Government facilities; Courthouses

    • Hardin County Courthouse, old courthouse in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1931. The Hardin County Courthouse is a two story brick building with a porch, a triangular roof that also has a small pediment, and a white clock tower above the roof. A concrete...
    • Lexington Road, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Lexington Road, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Cities & towns; Cityscapes; Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Streets

    • Lexington Road at Frankfort Avenue entrance to St. Matthews, Louisville, Kentucky. Wide road with a lot of traffic and parked cars, lined by telephone poles and buildings. At the close side of the street corner on the left is a uniquely shaped...
    • Atherton Building.

    • Atherton Building.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Carriages & coaches; Atherton Building (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Original address: 610 S. Fourth Street (Later known as the Francis Building). This photo shows the corner of Walnut and Fifth Streets where the Atherton Building stood. Horses and carriages are driven on the brick streets and signs show "T.P....
    • C.M. Thomas.

    • C.M. Thomas.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits

    • Charles Morehead Thomas was born in 1847 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He attended the common schools of Warren County, Kentucky, but was caught up in the turmoil of the Civil War, joining the Confederate Army as a youth. After the war he returned to...
    • Train arrival.

    • Train arrival.

    • Railroads; Railroad stations; Signs (Notices); People

    • A train pulls into a large brick railroad station. People are waiting on both sides of the track. A drug store advertisement is on the wall behind the train. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • 4th: Jefferson NE corner.

    • 4th: Jefferson NE corner.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Commercial facilities; Offices

    • View from across the street of the Starks Building, a multi-story brick building with store fronts on the ground floor, including Arcade Drug Store, A.G. Spalding and Company Athletic Outfitters, and an office furniture store. The higher level...
    • 4th: Walnut, NE cnr.

    • 4th: Walnut, NE cnr.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Drugstores; Offices

    • Northeast corner of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Starks Building with a Rodes-Rapier Company plaque by the entrance. There are multiple stores on the ground floor including an athletic clothing store and Arcade Drug...
    • Walnut: 200 BW N side.

    • Walnut: 200 BW N side.

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Drugstores

    • 200 block of West Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard, on the north side. Row of stone buildings with signs for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and a drug store selling candy and cigars. Cars are parked along the curb.
    • Hook's Drugstore window display, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Hook's Drugstore window display, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Drugstores; Stores & shops; Window displays; Alcoholic beverages; Whiskey; Merchandise displays; Signs (Notices)

    • Window display at Hook's Dependable Drug Stores ("Prescriptions / Toilet Articles"), featuring John A. Wathen Golden Pond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, other bottles of liquor, and Mrs. Steven's Assorted Chocolates 3 lb. decorated...
    • Zax Pharmacy, Louisville, Kentucky,1967.

    • Zax Pharmacy, Louisville, Kentucky,1967.

    • Drugstores; Stores & shops; Buildings; Streets; Automobiles

    • Zax Pharmacy, in the Beechmont neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1967. Looking down Kenwood Way from Southern Parkway intersection, cars parked along street. Handwritten on back of print: "Drug Store-Zax Pharmacy-Southern...
    • Martin Brown Building, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Martin Brown Building, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Western Union Telegraph Company; Automobiles; Street railroads

    • Walgreen Drugs, Western Union, and other retail shops and businesses in Martin Brown Building (later renamed the Commonwealth Building), Louisville, Kentucky. The building was demolished in 1994. Handwritten on back of print:...
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