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Last Model T Ford leaves assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1927. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Moonshine still, Louisville, Kentucky. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Moonshine still, Louisville, Kentucky. :: R. G. Potter Collection

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Mule-drawn streetcar, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1880s. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Front entrance to model home at Home Show, Louisville, Kentucky. A couch on the front lawn bears a sign reading "The 1931 'Model Home' furnished complete by Sears, Roebuck & Co. retail store." 1931. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Model home, 1931. :: R. G. Potter Collection

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A man with a suit and conductors hat stands by the Broadway trolley while a bus is stopped next to it. Men stand by the front window of the trolley as the picture is taken. On front of the trolley are signs advertising, [It]s your Fair! [picture of horse and rider] Well take you there! and First National, 5th & Court Place. Enjoy your own home. Kentucky Title Trust, Market West of 5th. Both the bus (#101) and the trolley (#1041) belong to the Louisville Railway Company.

Patients on porch at Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

Majestic Theatre, exterior. :: Images of Kentucky and Environs

Majestic Theatre, exterior. :: Images of Kentucky and Environs

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Majestic Theatre, interior facing stage. :: Images of Kentucky and Environs

Hogan Fountain, Louisville, Ky. :: Owen postcard collection

Hogan Fountain, Louisville, Ky. :: Owen postcard collection

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Rialto Theatre interior - demolished in 1969 in the name of "Urban Renewal"

Rialto Theatre interior. :: Images of Kentucky and Environs

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1954 - The Shelbyville Rd Plaza. The future Watterson Expressway would cross at the very top of the picture, just past the East Drive-In Theatre

the winter of 1978 was the last time the Ohio River froze over in Louisville.

Remembering the Great Blizzard of 1978 - WDRB Weather Blog

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Silks - Neat idea for Keeneland Shop!

Forsythia~so pretty every Spring~ together with the Daffodils in our yard the yellow just makes me happy!