Streets; Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Automobile service stations; Men
View down the street of a streetcar on the tracks and All Car Service to the right in a two-story brick building with signs painted on the brick exterior. Two men stand on the sidewalk in front of the building. A sign on top of the building reads...
Streets; Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Department stores; Variety stores; Theaters; Street railroad tracks
Exterior view down 4th Street, looking south, with McCrory's on the right and the Alamo Theater just past it. Kaufman-Straus is across the street on the left. The street is brick with streetcar tracks.
Streets; Buildings; Houses; Signs (Notices); People
Views of a stretch of road with highway signs for U.S. Route 168, now US Highway 150, and U.S. Route 31E, which is Bardstown Road in Louisville. Includes exterior views of a stone house on a hill with a stone retaining wall, people standing on the...
Exterior view of Doup's Point Sales and Service, an automobile repair shop at 2509 Bardstown Road. A car is parked in front next to the road with streetcar tracks set in brick. A Mobil Oil sign is next to the building.
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Automobile service stations
Exterior view from across the street of the Park Garage, a car service station. It is a one-story building with an arched doorway with gas pumps in the front. The original negative is deteriorated. Title supplied by cataloger.
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Department stores; Clothing stores
Northwest corner of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Exterior view of H.P. Selman and Company, a multi-story yellow brick building. The ground floor has window displays of women's clothing. Cars and a few pushcarts are...
Northeast corner of 4th Street and Chestnut Street. Exterior view of a brick building with Newman Drug Company and A. Schulte Cigars on the first floor. ""WM"" is missing from the Newman sign above the door.
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Exterior view of the Stewart Dry Goods Company store, a multi-story stone and brick building on the southeast corner, with views of window displays of clothing.