Boathouses; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
U.S. LIFE SAVING STATION, a boathouse, was built at Howard Shipyard in 1902. Located at the foot of Second Street in Louisville, it was the only inland floating life-saving station in the country. It was replaced by a steel structure in 1928.
Two women, wearing scarves or hijabs, sit on the ground in front of a wooden structure full of harvested plants. The women appear to be removing produce or grain, perhaps corn, from stalks. Picture was taken in the Balkans during World War I.
A woman wearing a head scarf, jacket, and mid-calf-length skirt and holding a purse stands in front of a stone retaining wall. Houses dot the landscape behind her, and a structure with columns is visible on a hill in the background. Title supplied...
Clockwise from left: Jean Thomas, an unidentified young man, Bun Oney (sometimes referred to as Bud Oney), an unidentified woman, Grandma Oney, and a dog pose outdoors beside a wooden structure overlooking a field. Title supplied by cataloger.