Buildings; Offices; Newspaper industry; Construction
400 block south 5th Street on the east side. Louisville Herald Building, a two-story brick building with a For Reint sign in the window. It is separated by an alley from a brick-and-stone building under construction with materials and equipment on...
Northwest corner of 4th Street and Market Street looking north. Lincoln Bank and Trust Company in a multi-story stone building with arched windows. A painted sign for Meffert Office Equipment is on a nearby building.
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street looking east. Construction fence and equipment on Jefferson Street at the southeast corner. Stores include a tobacco shop, American Shoe Rebuilders, and a Chop-Suey restaurant.
Buildings; Streets; Bricks; Street railroad tracks; Maintenance & repair
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street looking north. A stretch of road is dug up around the streetcar tracks in front of a row of stores on 4th Street. A man stands next to equipment and a pile of bricks.
100 block of south 4th Street on the west side. Row of multi-story brick buildings, including one with a sign reading Urban Building. Businesses include Meffert Equipment Company and Lincoln Building and Loan Association.
100 block of south 4th Street on the east side. Row of multi-story brick buildings containing businesses such as Royal Typewriter Company, 4th Avenue Hotel, and Clarence R. Smith & Company Office Equipment.
Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers
View of bulldozer and other equipment as the road at 38th Street and Market Street is torn up and the pipes and beams below exposed. There is a horse and wagon in the background. Men dig with shovels or stand nearby.
Interior and exterior views of people, buildings, and equipment. Offices, labs, lounge rooms, a reception desk, distillery equipment, bottle assembly lines, and other equipment at the 21 Brands distillery.
Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Printers; Drugstores; Construction
R.H. Carothers & Son Printers in a three-story brick building at 124 South 8th Street next to Wilder McCarty Medicine Co. Rubble, boards, and a large piece of equipment are in the street in front of the two stores.