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Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1907. "Seelbach Hotel." My sister and I were born in Louisville. Not in that hotel or certainly not in that year.

The Seelbach Hotel circa 1907 Louisville, KY Loved staying here our wedding night!

Boys High School, later Male High School, at the corner of Brook Street and Breckinridge Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Four-story building with front entrance pillars and also a small side porch. There are pediments over the top floor's windows, grouped in three clusters of two or three. The school was established in 1856 and claims to be the oldest public high school west of the Allegheny Mountains. Louisville Male High School moved to the Brook and Breckenridge location in 1915 and moved…

1915 - Boys High School, later Male High School, at the corner of Brook Street and Breckinridge Street

1906 - Post Office and Customs House located at Fourth Street and Chestnut Street in Louisville, demolished in 1942-1943

Old Post Office, NE Corner of and Chestnut Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, erected in replaced in 1933 and demolished in circa 1906

Old Louisville, KY: Third and Park Avenue intersection in 1897

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Old Louisville, KY: Third and Park Avenue intersection in 1897

Levy Brothers store, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

Levy Brothers store, Louisville, Kentucky, :: Caufield & Shook Collection--currently houses The Old Spaghetti Factory

Bacon's store, Louisville, Kentucky. :: Royal Photo Company Collection

Bacon's marketed itself as Kentucky's oldest department store, and often held elaborate sales and celebrations for its anniversaries. Bacon's also held "Midnight Madness" sales that were popular with shoppers.

Lexington Road, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935. :: Herald-Post Collection

East (some suburbs) - Historic photos of Louisville Kentucky and environs

Louisville KY  ... The Brown Hotel & YMCA  during the 1937 flood... photo by 'Courier-Journal' photographer H. Harold Davis ...

Broadway looking west, Brown Theatre and YMCA building visible. 1937 flood, Louisville, Kentucky, :: R.

48 Hours in Louisville - Southern Living

48 Hours in Louisville

1930s Louisville Kentucky, looks like Market St.

Louisville Kentucky Old Cars Street Scene - This would have been the Louisville my Mother would have seen as a child.

South - Historic photos of Louisville Kentucky and environs  Churchill Downd Derby day 1901

Churchill Downs - Derby Day, April 1901 The Downs has been renovated and added onto so many times in the last years it is nearly unrecognizable now.

The Brown Hotel and Theatre, Louisville, KY

Brown Hotel and Theatre, Louisville, Kentucky, night scene, :: Caufield & Shook Collection

Circa 1906. "Union Station, Louisville, Kentucky." Continuing our architectural tour of the Derby City, with Fido as our guide. 8x10 glass neg. View full size.

Union Station - Broadway - Louisville Kentucky- spent young summers in Shively- small suburb/town outside of Louisville.

The Department Store Museum: The Stewart Dry Goods Co., Louisville, Kentucky

Stewart Dry Goods Co. S/E Corner and Walnut Sts Seelbach Hotel on Left, Louisville, Kentucky