Tornado-damaged St. John's Church, in after the 1890 tornado, seen from opposite corner of intersection. Recto reads, "St. John's Church & Vic. Same image appears in item "Mrs. Condon - 7" from series "Tornado Views, March 27, 1890."
Tornado-damaged Church of the Sacred Heart, located at 17th Street and Broadway in Louisville after the 1890 tornado, seen from opposite corner of intersection. Same image appears in item "Mrs. Condon - 2" from series "Tornado Views, March 27, 1890."
No. 16: Sacred Heart Church, 17th Street and Broadway, after the 1890 Tornado.
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.