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    • Untitled.

    • Abstract (fine arts style); Minimal; Modern (styles and periods); Modernist
    • "Judd's industrially manufactured, modular pieces, developed from 1966 onwards, were stubbornly empirical investigations of specific materials and visual effects. He shunned mystification and openly declared the nature of his structures. The...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Reprint sheet 12.

    • Animals; Money; Boston Tea Party, 1773; Demonstrations; Costumes; Children; Men; Women; Snow; Play (Recreation); Kites; Domestic life; Reading; Sewing; Monks; Rescue work; Windmills; Indians of North America
    • This set of woodblock prints was reprinted in the 1980s. With the exception of the dog dropping something in water, the images duplicate the earlier prints in this collection. Woodblock prints of, from left to right starting at top left: dog...
    • Willow Terrace Apartments, Louisville, Kentucky, 1927.

    • Apartment houses; Buildings
    • The exterior of Willow Terrace Apartments at 1412 Willow Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, has plateaued steps and two large wings coming off a set-back central wing. Notice that very few of the apartments include balconies.
    • American Barge Line steel barge launch, 1929.

    • Barges; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • People are gathered to watch American Barge Line's first steel barge slide off the ways and onto the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
    • Steel barge launch, Howard Shipyard, circa 1930.

    • Barges; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • Steel barge slides off the grade and onto the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Jeffersonville, Indian. Towboat ED. J. HOWARD (Way T0679) is tied to the bank down river from the launch.
    • Barge launch, 1894.

    • Barges; Stern wheelers; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • About ten men ride a barge as she slides off the ways and onto the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana. Stern wheel packet CLYDE (Way #1202) is under construction at the bank of the river. According to the...
    • GEN. O.M. POE, 1910.

    • Barges; Tugboats; Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • Stern view of anagboat GEN. O.M. POE (Way T0905), with her fantail broken off, in ice on the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana. NASHVILLE, (Way #4100), a sternwheel packet built for the Parminters of...
    • Krause Phila. Amer.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Philadelphia Athletics (Baseball team)
    • Harry Krause or Harry William Krause (1888-1940) also known as Hal. Color portrait of Harry Krause. An elephant is in the top left corner and 'Athletics' is in the top right. The team is the Philadelphia Athletics. Verso: Harry Krause. Harry...
    • Kirb White of the Pittsburg Nationals.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)
    • Kirby White or Oliver Kirby White (1884-1943) also known as Red and Buck. With the Pittsburg Pirates or Pittsburgh Pirates. Verso: Kirb White. Kirb White, the big right handed pitcher of the Pittsburg Nationals, was born in Ohio, and made his entry...
    • Stone St. Louis Amer.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; St. Louis Browns (Baseball team)
    • George Stone or George Robert Stone (1876-1945). Color portrait of George Stone with the St. Louis Browns. A fleur-de-lis is in the top left corner and 'Browns' is in the top right. Verso: George Stone. George Stone, the hard-hitting outfielder of...
    • Louisville Boat Club House.

    • Boat clubs; Clubhouses; Houseboats
    • Louisville Boat Club House tied off at shore, floating on the Ohio River at 6th Street, in 1897. The houseboat's structure consists of a plain first floor supporting a decorative upper story, with two upper stories at the front section. Five men...
    • Bernheim Building.

    • Buildings; Automobiles; Windows; Caufield & Shook, Inc. (photographers); Bernheim Building (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 638-640 S. Fourth Street. One of the earliest office buildings commissioned from the Joseph & Joseph firm, this striking building still stands. During the 1920s and 1930s, it housed the photographic studios of Caufield & Shook, who...
    • Frank Fehr Brewing Company, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Brewing industry; Beer
    • Fehr's Brewery at Preston and Fehr Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. An iron gate connects a brick wall and a brick building, cutting off a cobbled section in front of a building behind. High above the gate is an arch. The Frank Fehr Brewing Company...
    • Lincoln Savings Bank.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Automobiles; Banks; Lincoln Savings Bank (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 136 S. Fourth Street (Demolished, 1973.) The Lincoln Savings Bank is another of the buildings for which Alfred S. Joseph served as chief architect while at Macdonald & Dodd. Its glazed tile upper and lower tiers, setting off the brick...
    • Ursuline Convent Chapel, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Churches; Catholic churches; Religious facilities; Convents; Signs (Notices); Electric signs
    • Address: 800 E. Chestnut Street in Louisville, Ky. Side of Romanesque Revival church building. Long arched windows are visible as well as the entrance to the church. Across the street two signs hang off a building, one for "Meadow Gold Ice Cream"...
    • Pendennis Club, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Buildings; Clubs
    • Pendennis Club, the first social club in Louisville, located at Fourth and Walnut Streets. A light, two-story building with small balconies over the front door and bay window. There is a striped canopy off part of the club by the bay window....
    • Catholic Woman's Club, Louisville, Kentucky, 1913.

    • Buildings; Clubs; Cobblestone streets; Street railroad tracks; Transportation
    • Address: 615 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard), Louisville, Kentucky. The Catholic Woman's Club is set off the street by a sidewalk and small lawn with one small tree on each side of an entry walk. The building appears to have been...
    • Shelby County Courthouse, courtroom view from balcony.

    • Buildings; Courthouses; Shelby County Courthouse (Shelbyville, Ky.)
    • Address: 501 Main Street, Shelbyville, Ky. This photo of the Shelby County Courthouse courtroom looks down from the visitor's balcony. This shot affords a good view of the large windows, ornate ceiling, multiple chandeliers and the general...


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