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  • MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_001.jpg

    Sheet inventory:
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_001 - Northern and Southern elevations of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_002 - Light drawing of the Sixth & Main Parking Garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_003 - Drawing of the Sixth & Main Parking Garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_033 - Drawing of the Eastern side of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_034 - Drawing of the parking garage from Sixth Street
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_035 - Drawing of the Sixth & Main Parking Garage with the addition of a child care center on the ground floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_036 - Drawing of the parking garage from Sixth Street with the addition of the third bay.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_038 - Drawing of the Sixth & Main Parking Garage with the addition of a child care center on the ground floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_040 - Aerial drawing of the original parking garage prior to any additions.
  • MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_006.jpg

    Sheet inventory:
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_006 - Planned location for the third bay addition.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_016 - Site of the third bay extension.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_017 - Plans for the entrance and exit to and from Market Street.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_018 - Intended site of the third bay addition to the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_020 - Topographical survey of the site of the third bay extension.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_021 - Plan for the alley leading away from the parking garage towards Seventh Street. Note that in this page the cardinal orientation is rotated 180 degrees.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_022 - Exit from the parking garage towards Seventh Street. Note that in this page the cardinal orientation is rotated 90 degrees.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_023 - Longitudinal section of the alley leading out of the parking garage towards Seventh Street.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_024 - Drawing of the Floor Plan of the Third Bay addition.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_025 - Plan for the alley between the Republic Bank and a potential child care center.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_027 - Planned parking spots for the first floor of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_028 - Planned parking spots from the second floor to the eighth floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_030 - Drawing of the fa├žade for the alley that faces Seventh Street.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_031 - Gateway for the Seventh Street Alley entrance/exit.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_039 - Drawing of the ground floor of the parking garage prior to any additions.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_001 - Drawings of various sections of the parking garage, including the front stairwell.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_002 - Scheme A of the ground floor of the original parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_004 - Scheme B ramp. Features a curved ramp with curved walls. Marked as void.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_006 - Scheme A ramp. Features a curved ramp with straight walls. Marked as void.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_007 - Cross section of the original parking garage facing East.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_010 - Overview of a possible future addition of a third bay to the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_011 - Cross section of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_026 - Floor plan for a potential Day Care Center located between the Sixth & Main Parking Garage and Republic Bank.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_008 - North-South cross section of scheme A of the original parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_009 - Layout of the ground floor of the parking garage and surrounding buildings.
  • MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_004.jpg

    Sheet inventory:
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_004 - Architectural plans index for the third bay addition to the Sixth & Main Parking Garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_005 - Plans for the demolition of the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_007 - Initial plans for the first floor. This layout was not used, but rather the layout on A-2A & A-2B was used.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_008 - Plans for the roof of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_009 - Eastern and Western elevations of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_010 - Revised first floor plans. Also see A-2B which features the grading plan for the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_011 - Typical floor plans for the other floors of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_012 - Grading plan for the first floor. Also see A-2A for the plan for the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_013 - Southern elevation of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_014 - Interior of the parking garage from the Southern side.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_015 - Interior of the parking garage from the Eastern side. Additionally, there are various details concerning the roof curbs.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_019 - Exit from the parking garage (featured on the right) past Greenberg Lot (positioned towards the bottom right of the plan) onto South Seventh Street.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_012 - Features various cross sections and elevations.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_003 - Structural layout scheme A of the original parking garage. Marked as void.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f60_1985_005 - Scheme B of the original parking garage. Marked as void.
  • MssAR_W259_015AR3_f59_018.jpg

    Sheet inventory:
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_019 - Beam diagrams and schedule listing details based on marking.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_021 - Guardrail plans and section drawings of the columns.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_022 - Notes regarding various parts of the parking garage design.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_023 - Plans for the first floor of the parkings garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_024 - Plans for the second through eigth floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_025 - Plans for the roof of the parking garage.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_026 - Elevation drawings from the East and the West.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_027 - Elevation drawing from the South.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_028 - Elevation drawing from the North.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_030 - Section drawings of the front stairs, the elevator, and the ramps.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_031 - Elevation drawing of the rear stair enclosure and section drawing of the rear stairs.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_033 - Floor plan for the rear section of the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_034 - Floor plan for the front section of the second through eigth floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_035 - Section drawings of the rear ramp, elevation and section drawing of the ladder, drawing of the roof hatch, and elevator door details.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_036 - Section drawing of the building and various details.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_038 - Plans for the landscape outside of the front of the parking garage and various detail drawings.
  • MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_001.jpg

    Sheet inventory:
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_001 - An index for the original Sixth & Main Parking Garage containing the meaning of abbreviations, symbols, and drawings.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_002 - Plat survey of the Sixth & Main Parking Garage and surrounding plots.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_004 - Foundation plans for level 1A & 1B.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_006 - Several variations for control joint designs.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_007 - Slab framing for both sections of the second floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_008 - Slab framing for both sections of the third through eighth floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_009 - Slab framing for both sections of the ninth floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_010 - Section drawings of the front stairs, the elevator, and the ramps.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_011 - Section drawings of the rear stairs.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_012 - Partial foundation plan for the front of the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_013 - Partial foundation plan for the rear of the first floor.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_014 - Roof Plans for the front of the parking garage, including the top of the stairwell. See 029.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_016 - Section drawings of the rear ramp and other miscellaneous areas.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_017 - Section drawing of the front ramp.
    MssAR_W259_015AR3_f61_018 - Column plans and schedule listing details based on marking and level.
  • 000PC21_3_008.jpg

    Photograph of home at 1313 Mossrose Ave ca. 1913.
  • https://filsonhistorical.org/wp-content/uploads/1321-S-4th-.jpg

    Photograph of the exterior of a home at 1321 South Fourth Street in the Old Louisville neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Alice Barbee Castleman (1842-1926) previously lived in the home.
  • https://filsonhistorical.org/wp-content/uploads/Gdn-Carriage-House.jpg

    Photograph of the Woman's Club of Louisville's Memory Garden and Carriage House in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • 30_PC204236_BourbonStockYards001.jpg

    Color lithograph of the offices of the Bourbon Stock Yards Livestock Exchange Company, ca. 1915
  • 16_IWC_0060_96dpi.jpg

    Homes on the north side of East Washington Street (northeast corner) and Hancock Street.
  • Stuber Flat-27 copy.jpg

    No. 27: Destruction of Main Street between 7th and 8th Street. This image may be part of another series, not the same as No. 27 as listed in Stuber's March 27, 1890 Tornado Views Series.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-26 copy.jpg

    No. 26: Destruction at the corner of 8th and Main Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-25 copy.jpg

    No. 25: Destruction of Main Street between 8th and 9th Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-24 copy.jpg

    No. 24: Destruction of the Odd Fellow's Hall at the corner 13th and Walnut Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-22 copy.jpg

    No. 22: Destruction of 15th Street, looking north.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-21 copy.jpg

    No. 21: Destruction of Broadway between 16th and 17th Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-15 copy.jpg

    No. 15: Destruction of 18th and Market Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-14 copy.jpg

    No. 14: Destruction of 10th and Market Street, probably looking west. [See Stuber Flat - 13 for east view.]

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-13 copy.jpg

    No. 13: Destruction of 11th Street and Market Streets, looking east.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
  • Stuber Flat-12 copy.jpg

    No. 12: Destruction at 8th and River Street.

    The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky after the 1890 Tornado. This collection includes 21 out of the 28 views from this series and 1 image from another Stuber Series [Stuber Flat-27]. The following numbers from the "Tornado Views" series are not in this collection: No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 7, No. 19, No. 20, and No. 27.

    W. Stuber & Bro. also created a book titled, "Tornado Views of Louisville. Indelible Photographs" published by The Albertype Co. in 1890. This book features many images from this series. [SEE: Pamphlet Collection, 551.55 L888]

    SEE ALSO: W. Stuber Stereocard Series for similar views of the 1890 Tornado.
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