Buildings; Distilling industry; Employees; Bottling industry
Interior and exterior images of Grosscurth Distillers, including view of the two-story stone building, men and women working in the bottling area, and three executives standing by a display of bottles and photographs. Title supplied by cataloger.
Two views of kitchen. In one, there are three sets of cabinets, including a Hoosier cabinet, and a smaller table with a cabinet and drawers underneath it. In the other, a sink stands below a window with the corner of a cabinet visible to the right.
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.
Parking lot behind a row of businesses including Burdorf's and Van's Mens Shop. The Brown Hotel and Heyburn Building are in the background. The lot appears to be on Fifth Street just north of Broadway. Title supplied by cataloger.
Assorted baseball players, including Ted Williams, at Hillerich & Bradsby Company looking at Louisville Slugger baseball bats or in uniform on a baseball field at Parkway Field in April 1942. In May 1942, Williams hit his 100th career home run....
Three men stand amid debris including barrels, tree branches, and other garbage next to the ramp of the Municipal Bridge, also known as the Second Street Bridge and George Rogers Clark Bridge, behind a brick building at Main Street.
Before and after views of a two-story building for dental offices and laboratories, including one after view in color. In the before, the front of the building is primarily white with glass window tiles. The rear of the building is brick. In the...
Multiple views of the Dixie Dry Cleaning building, including one image with crop notations on it. The large building has faded white paint and broken windows and is possibly in the process of being demolished. It is in a lot with overgrown plants...
Interior views of St. Louis Bertrand school, including a stairway, classroom with rows of school desks, a multi-purpose room, and a hallway. Address: St. Louis Bertrand School, 1126 South 6th Street, Louisville, Kentucky.