Stewart's Dry Goods, Louisville, Kentucky, circa late 1920s. Público Deposited

Stewart's Dry Goods on corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets (501 S. Fourth St.), Louisville, Kentucky. The photo shows entrances on two sides of the building, each with its own suspended canopy. Women can be seen window shopping at a display of dresses; a crowd waits to cross Walnut Street; and cars drive and park along both streets. Usually credited to McDonald and Dodd, the Stewart's Dry Goods building was designed by Alfred S. Joseph while serving as chief architect and chief engineer for that firm. The building has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982. Handwritten on back of print: "Stewart's Dry Goods; 4th & Walnut." Title supplied by cataloger.

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  • ULPA P_03341
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  • architect
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  • 1925? - 1930?
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  • 8 x 10 in. nitrate negative. Item Number ULPA P_03341 in the R. G. Potter Collection, University of Louisville Photographic Archives.
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  • University of Louisville Photographic Archives
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