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    • 1100 E. Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky, 2000.

    • Advertisements; Painted wall signs; Buildings; Storage facilities
    • Address: 1100 E Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky. On the west face of the OK Storage building is the advertisement, "OK Storage / First in Size, Safety and Service / Phone 504-7237," beneath which is an advertisement for A-1 Self Storage. This sign...
    • Mammoth Building.

    • Buildings; Automobiles; Bicycles & tricycles
    • Address: 604-612 W. Walnut Street (Building no longer exists). An unidentified building is shown in construction. It might be the Mammoth Building. The building has a suspended canopy, and mostly brick construction. The first floor has large...
    • Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. Warehouse, construction.

    • Buildings; Building construction; Utility poles; Belknap, Inc. (Louisville, Ky.); Progress photographs
    • Address: 129-133 N. Second Street (Building no longer exists). The Belknap Hardware warehouse is shown under construction. Stairwells are clearly discernible through the frame of the building. Telephone poles partially obscure the view. Handwritten...
    • Campbell Street Power Station in Louisville, Kentucky, 1944.

    • Buildings; Building deterioration; Electric railroads; Street railroad facilities; Architecture; Painted wall signs
    • Abandoned in 1930 as a full power station for the Louisville Railway, the building was used for a time by Louisville Gas and Electric as a substation, before being bought by Ballard and Ballard Mills. It was located near the intersection of South...
    • Crescent Hotel and Bath House.

    • Buildings; Hotels; Automobiles
    • Original address: 408 W. Walnut Street (Building no longer exists.) The Crescent Hotel and Turkish Baths is shown with crests on the first floor windows. A car is parked in front of the hotel on a street that looks like brick on the edges. To the...
    • Young Men's Hebrew Association, exterior.

    • Buildings; Lodges; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.); Canopies;
    • Address: 729 S. Second Street (Building no longer exists). Although the building materials, mostly brick, are modest, this building was made distinctive through the use of contrasting stone belts to delineate the floor levels, quoins on the window...
    • Vienna Restaurant, tables.

    • Buildings; Restaurants
    • Original address: 133-135 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists). The flooring in the dining room is tile with a crest design made out of dark and light tiles. Small square wooden tables are shown and the general decor stresses dark wood,...
    • Vienna Restaurant, bar and tables.

    • Buildings; Restaurants
    • Original address: 133-135 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists). The bar of the Vienna Restaurant is shown including some small tables. The bar is made of wood and tile with a brass foot rail. The foot rail has spittoons strategically...
    • Vienna Restaurant, bar.

    • Buildings; Restaurants; Bars
    • Address: 133-135 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) The Vienna Bakery and Restaurant was founded by German immigrant Frank L. Erpeldinger in 1893 and operated as one of downtown Louisville's premiere dining establishments until 1927....
    • Salvation Army Citadel.

    • Buildings; Salvation Army
    • Address: 216 W. Chestnut Street (Building no longer exists). This Chestnut street building served the Salvation Army with office space, short-term living quarters and social services facilities in a single location. It resembles a Joseph &...
    • Young Men's Hebrew Association, gym.

    • Buildings; Sports & recreation facilities; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 729 S. Second Street (Building no longer exists). This interior shot of the Young Men's Hebrew Association (YMHA) gym shows a running track above a multi-functional area including basketball hoops, gymnastic rings, and what looks like the...
    • Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Streets
    • Taylor Made Pharmacy sits at the corner of Fourth and Jefferson Streets in Louisville, Kentucky. Further along Fourth Street are signs for Strauss "High Art Clothes," Johnson's Men's Footwear, Edwin Clapp Shoes, Gathof's, and English Woolen...
    • Western Union Building.

    • Buildings; Telegraph industry
    • Address: 405-409 W. Market Street (Building no longer exists.). The Western Union main office and the adjacent Lincoln Savings Bank were built on land owned by J. M. Atherton and were in a long succession of architectural commissions linking Alfred...
    • Majestic Theatre, exterior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities
    • Address: 544 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) The Majestic opened as a vaudeville theater in 1908. Beyond that fact, however, its history is far less certain. The most commonly stated version is that the 1908 theater was torn down and...
    • Majestic Theatre, interior facing stage.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities
    • Address: 544 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) This interior shot of the Majestic Theatre shows the stage with a piano in front and a balcony on either side. There are three rows of chandeliers hanging from an ornately carved ceiling....
    • Majestic Theatre, interior facing doors.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities
    • Address: 544 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) This interior shot of the Majestic Theatre shows the seating divided into three sections with two long aisles. The ceiling and walls are elaborately decorated and potted plants are held up...
    • Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. Warehouse.

    • Buildings; Utility poles; Carts & wagons; Belknap, Inc. (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 129-133 N. Second Street (Building no longer exists.) The completed warehouse for Belknap Hardware included two colors of stone and brick. The Lintel over the doorway says "1906". The street scene includes telephone poles, horses with...

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