Early Louisville photographs and photograph by Robb Hill
One stereograph of Louisville, 3rd and Jefferson Streets, circa 1880s by Klauber / In memory of George Yater; one 8 x 10 inch black and white mounted print by Doerr -- It has 12th & Market stamped into the support, so likely between 1884 and 1904; one digital reproduction mounted on 3 x 4.25 inch board of Louisville Ball Club, 1888; five 8 x 10 inch black & white wire service photos taken in Louisville (1942, 1964, 1967, 1975, and undated); one digital print/scan of vintage print at Camp Zachary Taylor "Everybody Welcome, Knights of Columbus Building No. 1" minstrel show (1918 Caufield & Shook); one Robb Hill print for Fine Print collection; one 2.25 x 4.25 inch black and white image on 4 x 6 inch sheet (caption: Frank - "Toots" - Mrs. Topp Broadway - Louisville, KY [Ella Topp -1025 W Broadway in 1905 city directory]); one 10 x 20 photograph Reynolds Corp., Louisville, Sept. 21, 1942 [in box on top of map cases with other rolled panoramic photographs. Digital Restoration from Start to Finish, 2007.
Copyright for some materials has not been transferred to the University of Louisville; please consult a reference archivist for more information.
- Panoramic photographs Subject Source: Thesaurus For Graphic Materials
- Stereographs Subject Source: Tgm (For Genre/Format Terms)
- Carner, William Joseph (Person)