In this view of Anderson' s Meridian Street, taken from Twelfth and Meridian, three movie theaters--the Times, the Rivieria and the Paramount--are visible. Less than a block south is the State Theater.
This is a picture of the Madison Marine Railways and Shipyard. Visible in the photo are several riverboats tied up for repairs. Identified are "City of Owensboro", "Tell City", "Harry Brown", and "Alice Brown".
rental cabins; Beckman; Beckman Furniture Store; Alva Nicolai; Fish and Fun
This image shows rental cabins located on the north side of the channel running east from the Huntinton Street Bridge, on property at the southwest end of Lake Street. They were owned and rented out by Beckman of Beckman Furniture Store until the...
Railroads; Railroad construction & maintenance; Trestles; State parks & reserves; Railroad bridges
The footings and abutment for the high trestle are visible evidence of a method of crossing a deep ravine. At this point the course of the railroad turned south parallel to Clifty Creek, which is deep down, immediately beyond the abutments. This is...
Over 6,000 people packed the Madison County courthouse square to hear John F. Kennedy on Oct. 5, 1960. Although Senator Kennedy cannot be seen in this picture, his face is visible on the hats of the people in the foreground.