900 block of south 4th Street at Breckinridge Street on the southwest corner looking east. View of the intersection with a house and doctor's office at the southeast corner and Presentation Academy at the northeast corner of 4th and Breckinridge.
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Drugstores; Theaters; Hotels; Brown Hotel (Louisville, Ky.)
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Chestnut Street looking south. A Taylor drugstore is at the corner in a row of stores including Ball Optical Company and a shoe-repair company. Painted signs for Wellendorff and H.B.&W. are on the side of one...
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Hotels; Restaurants; Street railroads
Southeast corner of main Street and 4th Street looking south. Multi-story brick buildings on either side of 4th Street, including Clarence L. Bess Restaurant and a hotel. Streetcar tracks run down both streets.
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street looking east. Construction fence and equipment on Jefferson Street at the southeast corner. Stores include a tobacco shop, American Shoe Rebuilders, and a Chop-Suey restaurant.
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Exterior view of the Stewart Dry Goods Company store, a multi-story stone and brick building on the southeast corner, with views of window displays of clothing.
Streets; Stores & shops; Dry goods stores; Fire escapes
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street. A general store is located on the ground floor of the building with a shoe repair company next to it on Fourth Street. A set of stairs serving as a fire escape descend from the fourth-story...
Buildings; Streets; Bricks; Street railroad tracks; Maintenance & repair
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street looking north. A stretch of road is dug up around the streetcar tracks in front of a row of stores on 4th Street. A man stands next to equipment and a pile of bricks.
Southeast corner of 4th Street and Liberty Street. The Courier-Journal office building flanked by Snyder's Hats, a jewelry store, and Hanover shoe store, with finance offices on the upper levels of the building.
Southeast corner of 6th Street and Chestnut Street. A group of women sit on a stoop of a rooming house with a small child. It is a three-story brick building with two front doors. Next door is a market with a woman standing at the entrance.
Southeast corner of 5th Street and Walnut Street, now Muhammad Ali Boulevard. A police man stands in the intersection. At one corner is the tire store Humber Brothers with a Fire Sale sign hanging from the building. Other businesses line the block.