Atlas of the City of Louisville, Kentucky prepared from official records, private plans and actual surveys. Thirty plates cover the entire city of Louisville and parts of the surrounding county. Each plate shows names of businesses and property...
An old two-story brick and stone house sits in a field. It is in poor condition and probably deserted. A second floor balcony or porch has obviously been torn off. Other structural items may be missing as well. Title supplied by cataloger.
Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers
View of bulldozer and other equipment as the road at 38th Street and Market Street is torn up and the pipes and beams below exposed. There is a horse and wagon in the background. Men dig with shovels or stand nearby.
Streets and yards torn up with large craters in front of houses as pipes are laid along Woodbourne and Dorothy. Men stand by the equipment and stand at the base of the crater. Some onlookers peer over the edge.
Construction machinery on site near Beargrass Creek. Muddy fields are torn up with tracks. Men stand near equipment. Views of some flooding at the base of a hill with buildings above. Part of an improvement project to the creek.
Streets; Buildings; Street railroad tracks; Stores & shops; Hardware stores; Drugstores; Signs (Notices); Brick wall signs; Electric signs
View of Market Street looking east from Floyd Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Hardware store on right, with ad (partially obscured by utility pole) for "Louisville Machinery & Welding Co., 224 - 2?? E. Main St., Portable welding equipment...
Girl in a pink bonnet pokes her head through a hole torn in the background; she looks out over a clock face reading 12:00. Postmarked 1910 on verso. Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons, "New Year" post cards, series 12.
Westminster Presbyterian Church (Louisville, Ky.); Churches;
Westminster Presbyterian Church at the corner of South Second and Avery Street (now Cardinal Boulevard). This building is believed to have been torn down to make way for the university expansion. Note on back: "Westminster Club."
The Baxter Building was torn down in 1925 by the University of Louisville to make way for the Speed Art Museum. Location: Belknap Campus: on site of present-day Speed Art Museum. The Baxter Building served as a the main building for the House of...