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    • Alamo Theatre, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

    • Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Group portraits; Children;
    • Children gathered in front of the Alamo Theatre, 444 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Sign advertises movie: "Spencer Tracy 'Young America' Doris Kenyon, Startling Tender Thrilling Entertainment." Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Alamo Theatre.

    • Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Buildings; Interiors
    • Interior of Alamo Theatre (movie theatre in Louisville, Kentucky), photographed from back of theater. The theater was razed circa 1930. Handwritten on bottom of mounted print: "Alamo Theatre; R.G. Potter Collection; Alamo Theater 441-443 So. 4th...
    • AMERICA (Way #240), 1898.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • AMERICA (Way #240), a sternwheel packet with wood hull (200 ft. x 38 ft. x 6.5 ft.), was built in 1898 at Howard Ship Yard and Dock Company in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Owned by Capt. LaVerrier Cooley, AMERICA operated on the Ouachita River from...
    • Billie Burke, circa 1909.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of right profile of actress Billie Burke, possibly in costume for her role in "Love Watches," which she performed at Macauley's Theatre at Christmas 1909. She leans forward in an armchair, toward a set backdrop of a...
    • Billie Burke, circa 1909.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women
    • Portrait of right profile of actress Billie Burke, wearing her hair atop her head (held by headband and braid) and a short-sleeved dress. Burke, best known for playing the role of Glinda the Good Witch of the North in the 1939 MGM movie "The Wizard...
    • Billie Burke, circa 1911.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women
    • Portrait of left profile of actress Billie Burke, wearing her hair in a bun, a necklace, and a short-sleeved dress. Burke, best known for playing the role of Glinda the Good Witch of the North in the 1939 MGM movie "The Wizard of Oz," was born Mary...
    • Cozy Theatre, Louisville, Kentucky, 1939.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cozy Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Cozy Theatre as viewed from across the street. The front doors and ticket booth are visible. Above the booth is the marquee advertising the movie When Tomorrow Comes with Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer. Address: 3105 South 3rd Street, Louisville,...
    • Grand Theater, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Cultural facilities; Motion picture theaters; Signs (Notices); Marquees; Pedestrians; Automobiles
    • Address: 607-11 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.) in Louisville, Ky. Three-story brick and stone building with arched windows and engaged columns housing Grand Theater. A marquee displays movie listings above the door. Pedestrians and cars...
    • Ideal Theatre lobby, Louisville, Kentucky, 1938.

    • Motion picture theaters; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Interiors; Motion picture posters
    • Address: 2313 W. Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Two posters grace the wall of the Ideal Theatre lobby. One advertises "Second Honeymoon" with Tyrone Power and Loretta Young. The other advertises the movie "Sally, Irene and Mary" with Alice...
    • Irvin S. Cobb in "Everybody's Old Man," 1936.

    • Portraits; Men; Authors; Actors; Advertisements; Motion picture posters
    • Irvin S. Cobb, Paducah, Kentucky-born author of more than fifty works and later an actor, posing in an advertisement for a Fox film called "Everybody's Old Man." His glasses are resting low on the bridge of his nose and he is holding a cigar. This...
    • KATE ADAMS (Way #3217), circa 1899.

    • Side wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • KATE ADAMS (Way #3217), a side-wheel packet with steel hull (240 ft. x 36 ft. x 8.5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1899. Owned by Memphis Arkansas City Packet Co., KATE ADAMS (Way #3217) operated on the lower Mississippi river between Memphis and...

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