Railroads; Railroad stations; Debris; Tornadoes; Disasters; Union Depot (Louisville, Ky.)
Rear portion of Union Depot, located at Seventh Street and River, which was demolished by the tornado that hit Louisville, Kentucky on March 27, 1890. The tornado killed an estimated 100 people and many more were injured.
Damaged rear of Phoenix Storage Co., located from 910-928 West Main Street. The building was damaged by the tornado which struck Louisville, Kentucky on March 27, 1890. The tornado killed an estimated 100 people and many more were injured.
The back of the Side Door Inn (630 S. Fifth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, with Center Street--now Armory Place--behind it), on which is painted an add for Crawford Gas Ranges. An unidentified building stands next to it with an iron fence separating...
Floods--Kentucky--Louisville; Floods; Parking lots; Automobiles; Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings
Parking lot behind the Houchens Building is flooded and cars stand in water up to their wheel wells. The water has receded from the railroad tracks that run between Floyd Street and Brook Street. Photograph was taken in the early afternoon.
Back of a two- to three-story brick building with a sign painted on it that reads "Max Goldberg Co. 28 Years Clothiers & Tailors Furnishings. The street number on the back door is 310 (West Market Street).
University of Louisville. Speed Scientific School; University of Louisville--Buildings; Hoisting machinery; Construction; Construction equipment;
View of the back of W. S. Speed Hall during the construction of Ernst Hall at the University of Louisville's Speed Scientific School (now the J.B. Speed School of Engineering). A crane and a cement truck stand in the construction area. Note on...