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No 4 - 106-108 W Walnut 1951_web.jpg
106-108 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.), 1951. The J. Graham Brown School now occupies those lots.

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Tornado damage in Louisville after 1890 tornado.

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Tornado damage in Louisville after 1890 tornado.

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Behind Battery E of the 6th Regiment Field Artillery Replacement stands the former home of Herman Kurz, a Louisville grocer. You can see the house on Hess Lane today.

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Behind Battery E of the 6th Regiment Field Artillery Replacement stands the former home of Herman Kurz, a Louisville grocer. You can see the house on Hess Lane today.

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13th and Madison Streets, 1946. Light industry, apartments, and a small city park now occupy that intersection.

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Tornado damage in Louisville after 1890 tornado.

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A large lecture hall is filled with men, shown from the rear looking forward. On the wall are large insignias of the 20th Army Air Force and the 40th Bomb Group. Verso reads, "Breifing [sic] Room - 40th Bomb Gp. Before a mission - 40th Group insignia…

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Dr. James C. Mitchell leased and then sold his home and property for the Camp, but its distinctive frame remains in the neighborhood behind George Rogers Clark Park.
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