Coca-Cola Bottling Company at 1661 W. Hill Street, Louisville, Kentucky, May 3, 1941. Brick building is nearing completion, although workers are still on roof and ground in front is still pile of dirt. Sign propped against building reads "New Home Coca-Cola Bottling Company Jesse M. Shelton Architect Atlanta, GA. Sullivan & Cozart Contractors Louisville, Ky.
Patrons sitting and standing at a soda fountain counter. All of the women are wearing cloche style hats, and some of the men are wearing hats as well. Behind the counter are signs advertising the prices and menu items available, while a high shelf above the back counter holds company advertisements such as Coca-Cola. Title supplied by cataloger.
Five women stand behind a "Drink Coca-Cola/Specials To-Day" placard, on which is handwritten "Popularity Contest Portland Veterans Celebration." Handwritten on back of print: "Coca-Cola - women in front of Coke machine." Title supplied by cataloger.
A woman demonstrates the operation of a soda fountain serving Coca-Cola as three men wearing suits look on. Signage behind the counter reads "It's the refreshing thing to do Coca-Cola," amid four framed posters advertising Coca-Cola. Title supplied by cataloger.