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Image of Dr. Griffith's House and Office damage - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Dr. Griffith's House and Office damage - Louisville Stereocard Collection

View of damage done to Dr. Griffith's House and Office, by the 1890 Louisville Cyclone. The house was located at 1125 West Jefferson Street and the office was located at 1121 West Jefferson Street.

Image of 16th and Chestnut Streets damage - Louisville Stereocard Collection

16th and Chestnut Streets damage - Louisville Stereocard Collection

View of damage done to 16th and Chestnut Streets, by the 1890 Louisville Cyclone.

Image of J. Lawrence Smith House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

J. Lawrence Smith House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

J. Lawrence Smith House on Broadway. Samuel W. Thomas notes, "Straight on view of the J. Lawrence Smiths' house, possibly designed by Henry Wolters, architect of the Tyler Block, who did other work for Dr. Smith. Quoins mark the pavilion and corners of the front facade." Taken from The Filson Newsmagazine, volume 4, number 2.

Image of Street Scene, North Side of Broadway - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Street Scene, North Side of Broadway - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Louisville street scene, showing the north side of Broadway, between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Samuel W. Thomas notes, "View of the north side of Broadway west of Second Street, now a McDonald's. At mid-block was the residence of the distinguished chemist and educator, Dr. J. Lawrence Smith, and his wife, the former Sarah Julia Guthrie, daughter of James Guthrie." [February 2004] Taken from The Filson Newsmagazine, volume 4, number 2.

Image of Residence of the H. D. Newcomb - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Residence of the H. D. Newcomb - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Residence of the H. D. Newcomb on Broadway, between 1st and 2nd Streets, south side.

Image of Captain Silas Miller House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Captain Silas Miller House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Captain Silas Miller House at 115 West Broadway, between 1st and 2nd Streets. Samuel W. Thomas notes "One of several new residences on Broadway belonged to the retired proprietor of the Galt House, Captain Silas Miller, designed in the prevailing Renaissance Revival style by Henry Whitestone. After serving as a medical school, it would become the first home of the University of Louisville's academic department in 1907. After the College of Arts and Sciences moved to the Belknap Campus in 1924, the structure was replaced by a Studebaker dealership." Taken from The Filson Newsmagazine, volume 4, number 2.

Image of Sam Hamilton House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Sam Hamilton House - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Sam Hamilton House, between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Samuel W. Thomas notes "One the south side of Broadway between Third and Fourth streets was pork packer Samuel S. Hamilton's residence designed by John Andrewartha. It was razed about 1904 for an addition to the Weissinger-Gaulbert Apartments. The site is now a parking lot." [February 2004] Taken from The Filson Newsmagazine, volume 4, number 2.

Image of North side of Gray Street. - Louisville Stereocard Collection

North side of Gray Street. - Louisville Stereocard Collection

Louisville street scene, north side of Gray Street, between Brook and 1st Streets.

Image of Quincy Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Quincy Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 16: Quincy Street looking east from Oertel's garage. Taken by A. W. R.

Image of Monk Cook's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Monk Cook's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 32: Monk Cook's House, 233 Adams Street. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of H. L. Herman's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

H. L. Herman's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 82: H. L. Herman's House, 293 Adams Street. Taken by A. W. R.

Image of Collett's Grocery - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Collett's Grocery - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 83: Collett's Grocery, Leon Hardt, and John Morrison's Houses, Ohio Street, Louisville Point. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of Charlie and Albert Miller  - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Charlie and Albert Miller - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 86: Charlie and Albert Miller call Anna Miller but she arrives too late to get in picture. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of William Gootee & sons - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

William Gootee & sons - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 95: William Gootee & sons, 262 Adams Street. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of Ohio Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Ohio Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 97: James Hughes, Ernest Summitts, Rudy Scherzinger's & Charlie Johnson's Houses, 424, 426, 428, 430 Ohio Street. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of River Road - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

River Road - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 21: River Road as viewed from Wood Street, Point area. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of Lee Huber's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Lee Huber's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 99: Lee Huber's House, Adams Street. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of Andy Hall's & Bob Hall's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Andy Hall's & Bob Hall's House - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 100: Andy Hall's & Bob Hall's House, 330-332 Cabel Street. Taken by E. C. M.

Image of Ohio Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

Ohio Street - Mrs. E. Crawford Meyer 1945 Flood Photograph Collection

No. 109: Bessie Stone's, Schneider's and Tommy Mesker's Houses, 416-418 & 420 Ohio Street. Taken by E. C. M.