Murphy, D. X. & Bro., Architects (Louisville, Ky.) Records, 1854-1949

Held by The Filson Historical Society

Creator: D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects (Louisville, Ky.)

Title: Records, 1854–1949

Rights: For information regarding literary and copyright interest for this collection, contact the Curator of Special Collections.

Size of Collection: 58.5 cubic feet, 20 oversize folders

Locator Number:  Mss./BB/M978

Biographical Notes

D. X. (Dennis Xavier) Murphy (1853–1933) was born in Louisville, Kentucky.  Murphy was the son of Irish immigrants and began working as a draftsman for Irish immigrant, architect, Henry Whitestone in 1874.  In 1881, upon Whitestone’s retirement, Murphy took control of the firm.  Murphy changed the name of the firm to D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects, in 1890 when his brother J. C. (James Cornelius) Murphy became a partner in the firm.  Murphy’s younger brother, Peter J. Murphy worked for the firm as well.  Along with Louisville-area residences and business buildings, the Murphy brothers designed many churches and schools in Kentucky.  Many of their projects were Catholic churches and academies, reflecting their strong ties to the Roman Catholic Church.  They also built several medical facilities including the original Jewish hospital, and the Louisville General Hospital in 1914 on Chestnut St.  The later was known as the “Million Dollar Hospital,” because Jim Crow regulations required building separate facilities for use by African Americans.  Murphy’s firm was responsible for one of Louisville’s internationally known architectural works, the grandstand and twin spires at Churchill Downs.  Murphy’s firm is still extant as Luckett & Farley, Inc.

J. C. (James Cornelius) Murphy (1864–1935) was born in Louisville, Kentucky to Irish immigrant parents, Cornelius and Honora McNamara Murphy.  He was the brother of noted Louisville architect D. X. Murphy.  In 1890, he became a partner in his brother’s architectural firm, creating D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects.  J. C. Murphy attended law school at the University of Louisville.  In addition to his architectural work, he is best remembered for his work as a pioneer in urban planning in the city of Louisville.  From 1901 to 1930 he tirelessly urged the city to develop an urban planning department.  When the Planning Commission was finally instituted in 1930, Murphy was the first chairman.  J. C. Murphy married Mary Sue Strain.  The couple had three daughters.

Henry Whitestone (1819–1893) was born in County Clare, Ireland.  Whitestone worked as an architect in Ireland before he came to the United States in 1852.  Upon arriving in the United States, he worked out of Cincinnati with noted hotel architect, Isaiah Rogers. Rogers and Whitestone opened offices in Louisville in the 1850s.  Rogers continued to work primarily in Cincinnati while Whitestone worked out of Louisville.  They were commissioned to design the expansion and redesign of the Louisville Hotel after it was badly damaged by a fire in 1853.  The partnership dissolved in 1857 when Rogers took a position in Washington, D. C.  Whitestone opened his own firm in Louisville.  He worked on the enlargement of the first Galt House.  He designed homes for some of Louisville’s most affluent families.  During the United States Civil War Whitestone was commissioned by the Union Army to build the commissary bakery in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  Whitestone is best remembered for his work on the Galt House, located at First & Main Streets, which he completed in 1869, but should also be credited for his great variety of commercial, residential, public, and institutional designs throughout Louisville.  Whitestone welcomed D. X. Murphy into his firm in 1874.  Murphy took control of the firm when Whitestone retired in 1881.  He later renamed the firm D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects.  Today, the firm operates under the name Luckett & Farley, Inc.  Whitestone was married to Henrietta Sautelle Baker of Ireland.  The couple had two daughters, Austine and Henrietta.

Institutional Note

D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects was a Louisville architectural firm that grew out of D. X. Murphy’s work with Louisville architect, Henry Whitestone.  Whitestone began his architectural career in his homeland, Ireland.  He immigrated to the United States in the 1850s where he partnered with renowned Cincinnati architect, Isaiah Rogers.  When the firm opened a Louisville office, Whitestone relocated to Kentucky where he continued to work until his retirement though his partnership with Rogers dissolved in 1857.  In 1874, Whitestone hired D. X. Murphy as a draftsman.  When Whitestone retired in 1881, Murphy took control of the firm.  In 1890 Murphy’s brother, James C. Murphy, became a partner in the firm, creating D. X. Murphy and Bro., Architects.  A third brother, Peter J. Murphy, worked for the firm as well.  In 1962 D. X. Murphy became Luckett and Farley, Inc., and as of 2011, it was still a thriving Louisville architectural firm.  Famous works that have been attributed to the firm while it was under the leadership of D. X. Murphy include: the grandstand and twin spires at Churchill Downs; Presentation Academy; and the Jefferson County Jail.

Special Note Regarding the Name of the Firm:  Although people have occasionally referred to the firm as D. X. Murphy & Bros., the actually name of the firm after 1890 was D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects (prior to 1890, the firm was simply known as D. X. Murphy, Architect).  The confusion may stem in part from the fact that a third brother, Peter J. Murphy worked at the firm with D. X. and J. C.; Peter, however, was not a partner.  Contemporaries may have even referred to the firm colloquially as D. X. Murphy and Bros. but the files included in the collection and the city directories from the late 1800s and early 1900s all use the title D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects.

Scope and Content Note

The collection is comprised of project files, correspondence, business records, account books, and architectural drawings from the firm D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects. Additionally the collection includes records from the firm’s predecessor businesses: D. X. Murphy, Architect; Henry Whitestone, Architect; and Rogers and Whitestone, Architects. The bulk of the collection relates primarily to work completed by D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architect from 1880 to 1920.  Types of projects include residential, religious, medical, governmental, commercial, industrial, and recreational facilities.  Given their establishment in Louisville, Kentucky, D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects worked on many projects in the Louisville area.  The architectural firm was commissioned to work on various projects throughout the state of Kentucky and in other states, as well.  Unless otherwise stated, the addresses represented in the collection are located in Louisville, Kentucky.

A variety of late-19th and early-20th century Louisville building contractors and businesses are represented in the D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects collection.  The collection provides valuable information on 19th and early 20th century businesses, industry and technology, as well as substantive insights into architectural and decorative arts.

The collection contains several projects that were managed by Louisville Trust Company.  The folder title on these projects lists the Louisville Trust Company followed by the client name then the address and dates.  This arrangement reflects the order in which D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects compiled the records.  “Miscellaneous Small Jobs” were handled in similar fashion, as this is the supplied title the firm used to organize the project files.

Numerous architectural, structural, and mechanical construction drawings are represented in the D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects collection.  The architectural drawings date from 1854-1949 and relate primarily to work completed by D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects, as well as the firm’s predecessor Henry Whitestone. Types of architectural drawings include floor plans, site and plot plans, elevations, sections, details, cross sections, longitudinal sections and framing plans.  The drawing media is generally either pen and ink on heavy paper and drafting linen, or blueprints.  Notable examples of architectural drawings in the collection include: General John M. Harlan Residence, Captain Irvin’s Vault at Cave Hill Cemetery, the original Jewish Hospital, The Louisville Hotel, Old Kentucky Woolen Mills, the new St. Joseph Infirmary, St. Elizabeth’s Church, and Waverly Hills Sanitarium.  Dozens of other projects relate to private residences, churches, schools, hospitals, commercial and industrial businesses.

While some of the drawings are in excellent condition, most are in good to fair condition.  A small portion of the drawings are severely embrittled, and for this reason, access to these particular drawings is restricted (this is noted when applicable).

Please see the collection’s Container List and Project Index for more information.

Arrangement Note

Series I: Project Files, 1865–1931

  • General Project Files, (1881 -1931)
  • Oversized Project Files, (1868-1912)
  • Field Surveys (bound), (1914-1923)
  • Letterpress books, (1899-1906)
  • Order Books, (1900-1922)
  • Receipt Books, (1901-1919)
  • Checkbooks, (1865-1899)
  • Miscellaneous Financial Books, (1873-1878)

Series II: Architectural Drawings, 1854-1949

  • General Project Drawings, (1854-1949)
  • Oversized Project Drawings, (1854-1916)
  • Sample of Drawing ‘Wrappers’

Series I: Project Files, 1865–1931: Project files contain correspondence, bids, subcontractor information, inventories of supplies, and financial records related to architectural business projects.  The files are arranged alphabetically by project name.  The project names used were the original titles supplied by the creator.  For example, we have chosen the title “Lakeland Asylum” over “Central State Hospital” because D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects employed the title “Lakeland Asylum.”  Following the title, the address and dates are given if known.  The exception to this rule are the project files filed under the Louisville Trust Company and Miscellaneous Small Jobs which were filed under these headings first and by project name second.  This arrangement maintains the order imposed by D. X. Murphy & Bro., Architects.

Following the project files are three oversized folders which contain materials from the project files that were too large to be placed in standard one-cubic-foot archival boxes.  Next are the field surveys and letterpress books, order books, and receipt books that relate to several projects.  Finally checkbooks and financial books are included which are not related to specific jobs but reflect the business finances.

Unless otherwise specified, all addresses are Louisville addresses.  Areas that have since been annexed to Louisville are listed under their earlier town name with "Louisville, Ky." following in parentheses.  The addresses, however, do not necessary reflect current street addresses.  For instance, Walnut Street is now known as Muhammad Ali Blvd.  Further, the numbering of the streets may have changed since the early 1900s.

Series II: Architectural Drawings, 1854-1949: This series contains architectural drawings organized into project rolls. The project rolls have been arranged alphabetically by the project name into oversized boxes.  The project names used were the original titles supplied by the creator.  Following the title, the address and dates are given if known.  Additionally, if the main architect, draftsman, and any collaborators are known, they are listed in the Project Index.  For project rolls with façade elevations, digital photographs were taken (where applicable, this is noted in the Project Index).  Oversized folders contain material either too large or too fragile to remain with the project rolls in the oversized boxes.  As possible, embrittled drawings were encapsulated in Mylar to preserve their condition.

In the 1990s, Filson staff conducted a partial mircofilming of the collection. Projects that were microfilmed, including the frame numbers, are noted on the Project Index, though presently, the microfilm cannot be located.

Before Filson staff processed the collection, the contents had been previously wrapped in discarded blueprints by the firm presumably to function as a protective layer.  On the outside of the ‘wrapper’ the firm noted the name of the project as well as a number which reflects their internal filing system.  A sample of the wrappers that were formerly used to enclose the project rolls has been retained.  Please refer to Project Index for rolls that have an associated wrapper.

Container List

Series I: Project Files, 1865-1931

Folder 1:  Almstedt, Fred, 312 E. Gray St., 1905

Folder 2:  American Engineering and Construction Co., S. E. corner of Woodland and  Catalpa, 1908-1911

Folder 3: Anchor Stove and Range Co., New Albany, In., 1905-1906, A

Folder 4: Anchor Stove and Range Co., New Albany, In., 1905-1906, B

Folder 5: Anchor Stove and Range Co., New Albany, In., 1905-1906, C

Folder 6: Avery, B. F. & Sons, 1919-1920

Folder 7: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, A

Folder 8: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, B

Folder 9: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, C

Folder 10: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, D

Folder 11: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, E

Folder 12: Baird, David & Son, 511-513 W. Main St., 1911-1918, F

Folder 13: Baird, W. J., 709 W. Broadway, 1913

Folder 14: Barret, John J., 729 4th Ave., 1907

Folder 15: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, A

Folder 16: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, B

Folder 17: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, C

Folder 18: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, D

Folder 19: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, E

Folder 20: Belknap Hardware Co., 111-121 W. Main St., 1902-1906, F

Folder 21: Bethlehem Academy, Bardstown, Ky., 1906

Folder 22: Bishop, Mrs. Harry, Bardstown Road, 1912-1916

Folder 23: Board of Trade, 3rd and Main, 1904-1905

Folder 24: Bosche, Minnie V., 34th St. and High St. (Western Pkwy.), 1912-1915.

Folder 25: Bourbon Stock Yards Sheep and Cattle House, 1914-1915, A

Folder 26: Bourbon Stock Yards Sheep and Cattle House, 1914-1915, B

Folder 27: Bourbon Stock Yards Sheep and Cattle House, 1920-1921, C

Folder 28: Bourbon Stock Yards Sheep and Cattle House, 1920-1922, D

Folder 29: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, A

Folder 30: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, B

Folder 31: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, C

Folder 32: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, D

Folder 33: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, E

Folder 34: Bowen, E. H. Warehouse, 1st between Washington and the river, 1905-1906, F

Folder 35: Bowling Green School, Bowling Green, Ky., 1909

Folder 36: Bray Clothing Co., 135-139 Sixth St., 1907-1908

Folder 37: Brinke, Ernest, Bardstown Road, Kenilworth, Ky. (Louisville, Ky.), 1912-1913, A

Folder 38: Brinke, Ernest, Bardstown Road, Kenilworth, Ky. (Louisville, Ky.), 1912-1913, B

Folder 39: Brown, S. S., [Ky. Association], Lexington, Ky., 1904-1929, A

Folder 40: Brown, S. S., [Ky. Association], Lexington, Ky., 1904-1929, B

Folder 41: Brown, S. S., [Ky. Association], Lexington, Ky., 1904-1929, C

Folder 42: Brown, S. S., [Ky. Association], Lexington, Ky., 1904-1929, D

Folder 43: Brown, S. S., [Ky. Association], Lexington, Ky., 1904-1929, E

Folder 44: Burke, F. Hunter, 34th and Broadway, 1912

Folder 45: Byck Bros. and Co., 434-438 S. Fourth Street, 1910-1912

Folder 46: Campbell, J. B., Von Borries and Parkview, 1908, A

Folder 47: Campbell, J. B., Von Borries and Parkview, 1908, B

Folder 48: Caxton Printing Co., 239 Third St., 1905-1906.

Folder 49: Christman, Henry, 1701 Willow Ave., 1908, A

Folder 50: Christman, Henry, 1701 Willow Ave., 1908, B

Folder 51: Citizens Life Insurance Co., Main and 6th, 1904-1907, A

Folder 52: Citizens Life Insurance Co., Walnut between 4th and 5th, 1908, B

Folder 53: Coke, J. Guthrie Building, 4th and Chestnut, 1906-1908, A

Folder 54: Coke, J. Guthrie Building, 4th and Chestnut, 1906-1908, B

Folder 55: Coke, J. Guthrie Building, 4th and Chestnut, 1906-1908, C

Folder 56: Coke, J. Guthrie Building, 4th and Chestnut, 1906-1908, D

Folder 57: Coke, J. Guthrie Building, 4th and Chestnut, 1906-1908, E

Folder 58: Combined Distillers of Ky., Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky., (Louisville, Ky.), 1905-1906, A

Folder 59: Combined Distillers of Ky., Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky., (Louisville, Ky.), 1905-1906, B

Folder 60: Denunzio Estate, Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1909 -1914, A

Folder 61: Denunzio Estate, Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1909 -1914, B

Folder 62: Denunzio Estate, Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1909 -1914, C

Folder 63: Denunzio Estate, Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1909 -1914, D

Folder 64: De Sopo, M. Building, Market between 6th and 7th, 1905

Folder 65: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, A

Folder 66: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, B

Folder 67: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, C

Folder 68: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, D

Folder 69: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, E

Folder 70: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, F

Folder 71: Doerhoefer, John (Office Building), 6th and Main, 1900-1906, G

Folder 72: Doherty, Rev. Bernard, Payneville, Ky., 1911

Folder 73: Eminence Distillery Co., Eminence, Ky., 1908

Folder 74: Falls City Clothing Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1905-1913, A

Folder 75: Falls City Clothing Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1905 -1913, B

Folder 76: Falls City Clothing Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1905 -1913, C

Folder 77: Falls City Clothing Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1905 -1913, D

Folder 78: Falls City Clothing Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1905 -1913, E

Folder 79: Feeble Minded Institute, Frankfort, Ky., 1910

Folder 80: Fetter, George G. Printing Co., Main between 4th and 5th, 1904-1905, A

Folder 81: Fetter, George G. Printing Co., Main between 4th and 5th, 1904 -1905, B

Folder 82: Fetter, George G. Printing Co., Main between 4th and 5th, 1904 -1905, C

Folder 83: Fidelity Trust Co., 230 W. Market St., 1907-1910

Folder 84: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, A

Folder 85: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, B

Folder 86: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, C

Folder 87: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, D

Folder 88: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, E

Folder 89: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, F

Folder 90: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, G

Folder 91: Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th between Walnut and Chestnut, 1885-1888, H

Folder 92: Fontaine Ferry Park, Market St. and Ohio River, 1905-1907

Folder 93: Fowler, J.W. Drug Co., 4th and Jefferson (SW corner), 1903-1905

Folder 94: Geher, Frank and Magdalen, Market between 2nd and 3rd, 1902-1903, A

Folder 95: Geher, Frank and Magdalen, Market between 2nd and 3rd, 1902 -1903, B

Folder 96: Geher, Frank and Magdalen, Market between 2nd and 3rd, 1902 -1903, C

Folder 97: Geher, Frank and Magdalen, Market between 2nd and 3rd, 1902 -1903, D

Folder 98: Gibson, H. R. W. M. and B. H., Drs., Richmond, Ky., 1906-1910

Folder 99: Heines, Benjamin, 705 Lucas Place, 1908

Folder 100: Hilliard, J. J. B., 4th and Market, 1895-1897, A

Folder 101: Hilliard, J. J. B., 4th and Market, 1895-1897, B

Folder 102: Hilliard, J. J. B., 4th and Market, 1895-1897, C

Folder 103: Hite, W. C. Estate, Jefferson between 7th and 8th, 1904 -1910

Folder 104: Johnson, W. W., Mt. Sterling, Ky., 1899-1904, A

Folder 105: Johnson, W. W., Mt. Sterling, Ky., 1899-1904, B

Folder 106: Johnson, W. W., Mt. Sterling, Ky., 1899-1904, C

Folder 107: Kavanaugh, K., Miss, 1139 E. Broadway, 1908

Folder 108: Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, Ky., (Louisville, Ky.), 1912-1913

Folder 109: Landenwich, Tony, Residence near Fontaine Ferry Park, 1905-1906

Folder 110: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, A

Folder 111: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, B

Folder 112: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, C

Folder 113: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, D

Folder 114: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, E

Folder 115: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, F

Folder 116: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, G

Folder 117: La Salette Academy, Covington, Ky., 1902-1903, H

Folder 118: Lincoln Savings Bank, 4th and Market, 1906

Folder 119: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, A

Folder 120: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, B

Folder 121: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, C

Folder 122: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, D

Folder 123: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, E

Folder 124: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, F

Folder 125: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, G

Folder 126: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, H

Folder 127: Louisville and Interurban Railroad, 326-330 W. Jefferson, 1904-1923, I

Folder 128: Louisville Lighting Co., 10th and Monroe and 14th and Magazine, 1903-1906, A

Folder 129: Louisville Lighting Co., 10th and Monroe and 14th and Magazine, 1903-1906, B

Folder 130: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, A

Folder 131: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, B

Folder 132: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, C

Folder 133: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, D

Folder 134: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, E

Folder 135: Louisville Railway Co., Logan and Jacob, 1906-1910, F

Folder 136: Louisville Trust Co., Addison’s Store at 128 S. 4th, 1909-1913, A

Folder 137: Louisville Trust Co., Addison’s Store at 128 S. 4th, 1909-1913, B

Folder 138: Louisville Trust Co., J.B.  Estate at 117 N. 6th, 1908-1914

Folder 139: Louisville Trust Co., Swann- Abram Hat Co., 601-603 W. Main, 1908-1914

Folder 140: Louisville Trust Co., Bray-Robinson-Curry Woolen Mills Co., Main & Story, 1908-1912.

Folder 141: Louisville Trust Co., New York Restaurant, 316 3rd St., 1905-1908

Folder 142: Louisville Trust Co., Broadway between 9th and 10th, undated

Folder 143: Louisville Trust Co., Market between 7th and 8th, 1908

Folder 144: Louisville Trust Co., Mrs. Henry Speed, 114 E. Breckenridge, 1909-1910

Folder 145: Louisville Trust Co., 820 W. Main, 1910

Folder 146: Louisville Trust Co., Cannon and Byers, 1911

Folder 147: Louisville Trust Co., Anderson House, 445 W. Jefferson, 1912

Folder 148: Louisville Trust Co., Bray Clothing Co., 117-121 N. 6th, 1904-1915

Folder 149: Louisville Trust Co., H. W. Werst Plumbing Co., 553 3rd, 1906 -1909

Folder 150: Louisville Trust Co., 1318 W. Broadway, 1908

Folder 151: Louisville Trust Co., Mary Frances Dudley, 2nd and Walnut and 12th and Walnut, 1904

Folder 152: Louisville Trust Co., E. H. Stockhoff & Bro., 352 E. Jefferson, 1907-1908

Folder 153: Louisville Trust Co., Residence at 1115 W. Broadway, 1907

Folder 154: Louisville Trust Co., 130 W. Walnut, 1909-1910

Folder 155: Louisville Trust Co., 505 W. Broadway, 1906

Folder 156: Louisville Trust Co., Residence at 1227 S. 4th, 1907-1908

Folder 157: Louisville Trust Co., T. L. Block, 1st and Walnut, 1910-1911

Folder 158: Louisville Trust Co., Hoann (?) Shane Co, 1913

Folder 159: Louisville Trust Co., E. S., 3rd St., 1909

Folder 160: Louisville Trust Co., Coldeway Estate, 938-940 Second St., 1909

Folder 161: Louisville Trust Co., Residence at 2400 Second St., 1909

Folder 162: Louisville Trust Co., Store at 328 E. Market Street, 1912

Folder 163: Louisville Trust Co., Store at 326 E. Market Street, 1912-1913

Folder 164: Louisville Trust Co., Residence at 2400 Second St., 1906-1907

Folder 165: Louisville Trust Co., 1012 W. Jefferson, 1906-1907

Folder 166: Louisville Trust Co., 321 W. Market, 1906-1907

Folder 167: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, A

Folder 168: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, B

Folder 169: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, C

Folder 170: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, D

Folder 171: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, E

Folder 172: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, F

Folder 173: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, G

Folder 174: Louisville Trust Co. Building, 5th and Market, 1902-1904, H

Folder 175: Mann, George A., Baxter Ave. between Transit and Elwood, 1901-1902

Folder 176: Manning, J. A., Owensboro, Ky., 1905-1906

Folder 177: Mansfield, R. and Son, 625 E. Market Street, 1906-1912

Folder 178: Marks, J. C. Liquor Co., 425 W. Main St., 1911

Folder 179: Marshall, John, 315 4th St., 1902, A

Folder 180: Marshall, John, 315 4th St., 1902, B

Folder 181: Marshall, John, 315 4th St., 1902, C

Folder 182: McDonogh, Edward, 1212 6th St., 1908

Folder 183: McFerran Garage, 3rd between Broadway and Chestnut, 1907

Folder 184: McWilliams, Joseph & Co., Market St. between 7th St. and 8th St., 1905-1906

Folder 185: Meagher, D. J., 612 W. Ormsby Ave., 1912-1915

Folder 186: Misc. Small Jobs, Bayley Agents, Main St. between 1st and 2nd, 1894

Folder 187: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Trust Co., 553 3rd. St, 1908

Folder 188: Misc. Small Jobs, Maria Hilliard, East Broadway, 1894

Folder 189: Misc. Small Jobs, Martha Baird, Broadway, 1888

Folder 190: Misc. Small Jobs, John A. Hayes, S. E. Corner Main and Bullitt, 1897

Folder 191: Misc. Small Jobs, Susan Herbold, Market St. between 16th and 17th, 1897

Folder 192: Misc. Small Jobs, Taylor and Williams Store, Main St. between 1st and 2nd, 1894

Folder 193: Misc. Small Jobs, Lena Hillerich, 26th and Chestnut, 1893

Folder 194: Misc. Small Jobs, Zinsmeister and Bro., 8th and Main, 1905

Folder 195: Misc. Small Jobs, A. G. Barret, Main between 4th and 5th, 1906

Folder 196: Misc. Small Jobs, Boston Café, Market between 3rd and 4th, 1903-1904

Folder 197: Misc. Small Jobs, Fonda Building, 4th St. between Walnut and Chestnut, 1897

Folder 198: Misc. Small Jobs, P. J. Boro, Jefferson between 11th and 12th, 1898

Folder 199: Misc. Small Jobs, Basil Doerhoefer, New Albany, Indiana, 1903

Folder 200: Misc. Small Jobs, Crescent Hill and Sylvia Ave. Schools, undated

Folder 201: Misc. Small Jobs, Congregation Adath Israel, S. E. Corner Broadway and 6th, 1905

Folder 202: Misc. Small Jobs, Fidelity Trust, 212 5th St., 1905

Folder 203: Misc. Small Jobs, Joseph Mc Williams, 719 W. Market St., 1906

Folder 204: Misc. Small Jobs, Continental Tobacco Works, Broadway between 17th and 18th, 1902

Folder 205: Misc. Small Jobs, A. R. Cooper, Woodside, Ky., 1901

Folder 206: Misc. Small Jobs, John Coulter, Market between Floyd and Preston, 1894

Folder 207: Misc. Small Jobs, Philip Huikle, Main and 14th, 1887

Folder 208: Misc. Small Jobs, Miss Dugan, Baxter Ave, 1888

Folder 209: Misc. Small Jobs, Rev. Louis Ohle, Owensboro, Ky., 1888

Folder 210: Misc. Small Jobs, Chicago Café, 4th St. between Main and Market, 1894

Folder 211: Misc. Small Jobs, Old Jail, Jefferson between 6th and 7th, 1905

Folder 212: Misc. Small Jobs, International Harvester Co., 208-210 1st St., undated

Folder 213: Misc. Small Jobs, S. Fliegel, E. 7th near Walnut, 1906

Folder 214: Misc. Small Jobs, Mrs. S. Way, Forest, Ky., 1908

Folder 215: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Trust Co., 505 W. Broadway, 1908

Folder 216: Misc. Small Jobs, Udolpho Snead, 524 3rd St., 1896-1908

Folder 217: Misc. Small Jobs, Oscar Fenley Stable 1640 3rd St., 1908

Folder 218: Misc. Small Jobs, H. G. Priest and Co., Jefferson between 4th and 5th, 1887

Folder 219: Misc. Small Jobs, Cathedral of the Assumption, 5th between Green and Walnut, 1903-1905

Folder 220: Misc. Small Jobs, Charles D. Jacob, 4th between Main and Market, 1894

Folder 221: Misc. Small Jobs, Klein and Grossman, 235 6th, 1905

Folder 222: Misc. Small Jobs, S. J. Schwalk, Breckenridge St., undated

Folder 223: Misc. Small Jobs, F. G. Nunemacher, 3rd and Main, 1887

Folder 224: Misc. Small Jobs, J. M. Robinson & Co., 1887

Folder 225: Misc. Small Jobs, Mrs. L. Shelton, 4th and A Street, 1896

Folder 226: Misc. Small Jobs, Bernheim Bros., Main between 1st and 2nd, 1896

Folder 227: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Baseball Club, 1887 – 1888

Folder 228: Misc. Small Jobs, St. James Catholic Church, Elizabethtown, Ky., 1887

Folder 229: Misc. Small Jobs, Walker Richardson, 3rd St. between Ormsby and Burnett, 1895

Folder 230: Misc. Small Jobs, E. W. Mitchell Coffee Co., 347 W. Main, 1902

Folder 231: Misc. Small Jobs, McFerran Shallcross & Co., Maple between 13th and 14th, 1897

Folder 232: Misc. Small Jobs, A. G. Spalding & Bros., Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1910

Folder 233: Misc. Small Jobs, Misc. Statements, 1900-1902

Folder 234: Misc. Small Jobs, Guthrie Estate, Multiple addresses, 1896

Folder 235: Misc. Small Jobs, Mrs. M. E. Hite, 4th and Park Ave., 1897

Folder 236: Misc. Small Jobs, W. W. Hite, 3rd and Magnolia; Jefferson near 8th, 1896-1900

Folder 237: Misc. Small Jobs, California Fig Syrup Co., 13th and Lexington, 1908

Folder 238: Misc. Small Jobs, A. Engelhard and Sons Co., Main between 8th and 9th, 1902

Folder 239: Misc. Small Jobs, Patrick Joyes Estate, S. W. corner 8th and Main, 1905-1906

Folder 240: Misc. Small Jobs, M. Raidy, Main between Chapel and 11th, 1901

Folder 241: Misc. Small Jobs, Progress Stove and Tin Works, 26th and Rowan St., 1894

Folder 242: Misc. Small Jobs, H.S. McNutt, 316 5th St., undated

Folder 243: Misc. Small Jobs, Pendennis Club, Walnut St.  between 3rd and 4th, 1900

Folder 244: Misc. Small Jobs, John Marshall, 315 4th St., 1903-1905

Folder 245: Misc. Small Jobs, Mrs. H. J. Malone, alley between 12th and 13th; Market and Jefferson Streets, 1894

Folder 246: Misc. Small Jobs, Dr. T. L. McDermott, 6th and Catherine, 1894

Folder 247: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Trust Co., 5th & Market, 1905

Folder 248: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Public Warehouse, 1894

Folder 249: Misc. Small Jobs, Fidelity Trust Co., 5th between Main and Market, 1901

Folder 250: Misc. Small Jobs, Fidelity Trust Co., Barrett Estate, Washington bet 1st and 2nd, 1901

Folder 251: Misc. Small Jobs, Fidelity Trust Co., Sarah Thruston Hughes, 534 W. Market, 1901

Folder 252: Misc. Small Jobs, St. Joseph’s Infirmary, 4th between Chestnut and Broadway, 1903

Folder 253: Misc. Small Jobs, Theodore S. Kennedy, Country Residence, 1893

Folder 254: Misc. Small Jobs, Paul Jones Estate (Jefferson & Co.), 1st and Main, 1897

Folder 255: Misc. Small Jobs, Larry Gatto, 3rd between Jefferson and Market, 1907

Folder 256: Misc. Small Jobs, Hall and Hayward Co. Bakery, Jefferson between 2nd and 3rd, 1894

Folder 257: Misc. Small Jobs, C. J. Enright, Lexington, Ky., 1893

Folder 258: Misc. Small Jobs, R. Richardson, 3rd St. between Chestnut and Broadway, 1888

Folder 259: Misc. Small Jobs, Riverside Park, 1887

Folder 260: Misc. Small Jobs, H. G. (H. C. ?) Hall, Broadway, 1887

Folder 261: Misc. Small Jobs, John Marshall, Market between Jackson and Hancock, 1896

Folder 262: Misc. Small Jobs, Ahrens & Ott Mfg. Co., 5th between Main and River, 1897-1900

Folder 263: Misc. Small Jobs, David Baird & Son, 515 W. Main St., 1900

Folder 264: Misc. Small Jobs, Bank of Ky., Main St. between 2nd and 3rd, 1900

Folder 265: Misc. Small Jobs, J. T. Duffy, 559 Centre St., 1900

Folder 266: Misc. Small Jobs, C. T. Dearing, 3rd near Jefferson, 1897-1900

Folder 267: Misc. Small Jobs, John Marshall, Market between 12th and 13th, 1896

Folder 268: Misc. Small Jobs, Southern National Bank, Main between 3rd and 4th, 1900

Folder 269: Misc. Small Jobs, S. Jacob, 718 W. Market St., 1900

Folder 270: Misc. Small Jobs, Harry Bishop, N.W. corner of 5th and Main, 1900

Folder 271: Misc. Small Jobs, Ballard Estate, S. W. corner of 5th and Main, 1900

Folder 272: Misc. Small Jobs, Henry Ellmers, S. W. corner of 26th and Market, 1897

Folder 273: Misc. Small Jobs, Church of Advent, Baxter and Broadway, 1910

Folder 274: Misc. Small Jobs, White Mills Distillery, 1909

Folder 275: Misc. Small Jobs, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 16th and Southgate, 1888

Folder 276: Misc. Small Jobs, Grace Church, 1888

Folder 277: Misc. Small Jobs, W. H. Henderson, 4th and Broadway, undated

Folder 278: Misc. Small Jobs, J. E. Simon, Market between Floyd and Preston, 1888

Folder 279: Misc. Small Jobs, C. A. Snead, 4th near Market, 1888

Folder 280: Misc. Small Jobs, Bonnie Bros., 1905

Folder 281: Misc. Small Jobs, James Treasy, 6th and Congress Alley, 1886

Folder 282: Misc. Small Jobs, Bank of Louisville, 1887

Folder 283: Misc. Small Jobs, Basil Doerhoefer, Broadway and Shawnee Park, 1905

Folder 284: Misc. Small Jobs, Ky., National Bank, 1887

Folder 285: Misc. Small Jobs, Louisville Public Hospital

Folder 286: Misc. Small Jobs, American Surety Co. (blank contracts)

Folder 287: Misc. Small Jobs, L. & S. Jones (Architect Frank M. Andrews from Dayton, Oh.), 1905

Folder 288: Misc. Small Jobs, Union Constitution

Folder 289: Dr. U. Montgomery, N. E. side of Baxter Ave. bet. Longest and Cherokee Pkwy., 1906-1908, A

Folder 289a: Misc. Small Jobs, Henning, S.C., Cherokee Park, 1911

Folder 290: Dr. U. Montgomery, N. E. side of Baxter Ave. bet. Longest and Cherokee Pkwy., 1906-1908, B

Folder 291: Moorman, C. P., N. W. corner of Preston and St. Catherine, 1907-1908

Folder 292: Murphy, Mary F., Windsor Pl. and Tyler Park, 1910-1913, A

Folder 293: Murphy, Mary F., Windsor Pl. and Tyler Park, 1910-1913, B

Folder 294: Murphy, Mary F., Windsor Pl. and Tyler Park, 1910-1913, C

Folder 295: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, A

Folder 296: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, B

Folder 297: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, C

Folder 298: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, D

Folder 299: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, E

Folder 300: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, F

Folder 301: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, G

Folder 302: Nazareth Academy Infirmary, Nazareth, Ky., 1897-1899, H

Folder 303: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, A

Folder 304: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, B

Folder 305: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, C

Folder 306: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, D

Folder 307: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, E

Folder 308: Nazareth Convent, Nazareth, Ky., 1904-1908, F

Folder 309: New York Education Building Competition, Albany, NY, 1906

Folder 310: New York Store (Tyler Estate), Jefferson between 3rd and 4th, 1901

Folder 311: Noland, Block, & Co., 642-646 W. Market, 1906-1907

Folder 312: Norton, George, 246 5th St., 1900

Folder 313: Bishop O’Donaghue Residence, S. E. Corner of Brook and College, 1910

Folder 314: O’Donnell, Joseph, High Ave. east of 33rd St., 1904-1907

Folder 315: Patton, Mrs. M. J., Hill between 4th and 5th, 1906

Folder 316: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, A

Folder 317: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, B

Folder 318: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, C

Folder 319: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, D

Folder 320: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, E

Folder 321: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1894 - 1895, F

Folder 322: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1908 - 1910, A

Folder 323: Rosenheim, Charles, Market between 5th and 6th, 1908 - 1910, B

Folder 324: Russellville Court House, Russellville, Ky., 1906

Folder 325: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, A

Folder 326: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, B

Folder 327: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, C

Folder 328: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, D

Folder 329: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, E

Folder 330: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, F

Folder 331: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, G

Folder 332: St. Elizabeth Hospital & St. Anthony Home, LaFayette, IN., 1912-1914, H

Folder 333: St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, IN., undated

Folder 334: St. Francis Hospital, Grand Island, NE., 1930-1931, A

Folder 335: St. Francis Hospital, Grand Island, NE., 1930-1931, B

Folder 336: St. Francis Hospital, Grand Island, NE., 1930-1931, C

Folder 337: St. Francis Hospital, Grand Island, NE., 1930-1931, D

Folder 338: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, A

Folder 339: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, B

Folder 340: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, C

Folder 341: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, D

Folder 342: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, E

Folder 343: St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, 1927-1928, F

Folder 344: St. Mary Magdalen’s School, Brook St. between College and Breckenridge, 1906, A

Folder 345: St. Mary Magdalen’s School, Brook St. between College and Breckenridge, 1906, B

Folder 346: St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church, Danville, Ky., 1898-1908

Folder 347: Smith and Nixon, The Gaston, 4th St. near Chestnut St., 1907

Folder 348: Strickler, Gottfried, Two residences near Jacob’s Park (Iroquois Park), 1906

Folder 349: Tucker, Robert, 2nd St. near Hill, 1905-1906

Folder 350: U.S. Custom House and Post Office, 4th and Chestnut, 1892

Folder 351: Victoria Hotel, 10th and Broadway, 1907-1908, A

Folder 352: Victoria Hotel, 10th and Broadway, 1907-1908, B

Folder 353: Victoria Hotel, 10th and Broadway, 1907-1908, C

Folder 354: Walsh, Thomas, 1028 W. Main St., 1906

Folder 355: Weikel, Fred, Frankfort Ave. and Park Ave., 1904

Folder 356: Weikel, Ina, Everett Ave. between Slaughter and Longest, 1903, A

Folder 357: Weikel, Ina, Everett Ave. between Slaughter and Longest, 1903, B

Folder 358: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, A

Folder 359: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, B

Folder 360: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, C

Folder 361: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, D

Folder 362: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, E

Folder 363: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, F

Folder 364: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, G

Folder 365: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, H

Folder 366: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, I

Folder 367: Wilder Estate, 6th & Main and 5th & Main, 1887-1892, J

Folder 368: Wilder Estate – J. M. Robinson, Norton Co., 6th & Main, 1903-1904

Folder 369: Wilder, J. B. House, 4th between Oak and Ormsby, 1881-1882, A

Folder 370: Wilder, J. B. House, 4th between Oak and Ormsby, 1881-1882, B

Folder 371: Wilder, J. B. House, 4th between Oak and Ormsby, 1881-1882, C

Folder 372: Wilder, J. B. House, 4th between Oak and Ormsby, 1881-1882, D

Folder 373: Wilder, J. B. House, 4th between Oak and Ormsby, 1881-1882, E

Folder 374: Wilder Store, N. W. corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, A

Folder 375: Wilder Store, N. W. corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, B

Folder 376: Wilder Store, N. W. corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, C

Folder 377: Wilder Store, N. W. corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, D

Folder 378: Wilder Store, NW corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, E

Folder 379: Wilder Store, NW corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, F

Folder 380: Wilder Store, NW corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, G

Folder 381: Wilder Store, NW corner 6th and Main, 1883-1885, H

Folder 382: University of Louisville Alumni Bulletin, June 1929 (found in St. Mary’s Hospital, Emporia, KS, files)

Folder 383, oversize: Project Checkbooks, 1868-1870: Galt House Checkbook, March 02, 1868 to September 18, 1869.

                W. T. Corporation Checkbook, November 11, 1868 to August 31, 1870

Folder 384, oversize: Project Files, 1882-1904:

                Brown, S.S., Lexington, Ky., Sketch of Track for the Ky. Association, 1904 [Folders 39-43]

                Denunzio Estate, Jefferson St. between 3rd St. and 4th St., undated sketch [Folders 60-63]

                Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th St. between Walnut St. and Chestnut St., Falls City Terra Cotta and Sewer Pipe Works pink itemized list, March 01, 1887. [Folders 84-91]

                Fonda Apartment and Store, 4th St. between Walnut St. and Chestnut St., brochure and price list for Star Encaustic Tile Co., Pittsburgh, PA., September 1, 1885. [Folders 84-91]

                Hilliard, J. J. B., 4th St. and Market St., two sketches of windows, 1895. [Folders 100-102]

                Wilder Estate, 6th St and Main St.; 5th St. and Main St., measurements of brickwork, undated [Folders 358-367]

                Wilder Estate, 6th St. and Main St., 5th St. and Main St., the cost of building storehouse, July 3, 1888. [Folders 358-367]

                Wilder, J. B. House, 4th St. between Oak and Ormsby, estimates, December 02, 1881. [Folders 369-373]

                Wilder, J. B. House, 4th St. between Oak and Ormsby, measurements, December 03, 1881. [Folders 369-373]

                Wilder, J. B. House, 4th St. between Oak and Ormsby, lumber price list from J. & C. B. Hall proposal, January 01, 1881. [Folders 369-373]

                Wilder, J. B. House, 4th St. between Oak and Ormsby, three pages of estimates on gray paper, April 26, 1882 [Folders 369-373]

                Wilder Store, N.W. corner 6th St. and Main St., plan of skylight roof over office, undated.  [Folders 374-381]

                Wilder Store, N. W. corner 6th St. and Main St., bill of extras from Snead & Bibb, December, 24, 1883. [Folders 374-381]

Folder 385, large oversize: Project Files, 1906-1912:

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, survey on blueprint paper, undated [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, “Preliminary Study” on trace paper, December 23, 1912 [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, “Sewage Settling Tank” diagram, undated [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, map of grounds, March 1909 [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, blueprint of “Feeds and Timed Siphons” for Pacific Flush Tank Co., Westfield, NY, July 07, 1911 [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, Two pages of “Preliminary Study” on blueprint paper, December 23, 1912 [Folder 108]

                Lakeland Asylum (Central State Hospital), Lakeland, KY, blueprint of “Adams Feeds” for Pacific Flush Tank Co., Madison, S.D., June 27, 1911

                Bishop Denis O’Donaghue Residence, S. E. corner Brook and College, Floor Plans on heavy paper, March, 1910 [Folder 313]

                Russellville Court House, Russellville, KY, drawing on trace paper, May 1906 [Folder 324]

Folder 386: Bound Field Surveys, 1914-1918:

                Adler Organ Co.

                Bourbon Stock Yards

                Auditorium at Brook and Broadway

                Louisville Public Wshe (?)

                Castleman Blakemore Plant

                Louisville Bedding Co.

                Louisville Taxi Cab Co.

                Ohio Falls Dye Works

                St. Thomas Orphanage

                Cedar Grove Academy

                St. Brigid’s Church

Folder 387: Bound Field Surveys, Book #6, 1920-1921:

                Stock Yards

                Stratton & Terstegge

                St. Louis Cemetery

                Hoosier Panel (New Albany, IN)

                Avery Track

                St. John’s Cemetery

                Queen Ave. Oakdale, KY.

                National Candy Co.

                Latonia

                Visitation Home

Folder 388: Bound Field Surveys, Book #7, 1920-1923:

                Lexington Track (Keeneland)

                InterSouthern

                Churchill Downs

                Nugent Sand Co.

                National Candy Co.

                Racine Ave.

                St. Vincent’s Orphanage

                Nazareth Literary & Beneficial Institution

                St. Joseph’s Hospital

Folder 389: Bound Field Surveys, Book #8, 1921-1922:

                St. Joseph’s Hospital

                St. Anthony’s Hospital

                Quaker Maid

                St. John’s Cemetery

                Churchill Downs

                Louisville Grocery Co.

                Central Furniture Co.

                National Candy Co.

                Louisville Public Warehouse

                Anderson Property on Rosewood Ave.

                Federal Reserve Bank

                Presentation Academy

                Voghts

                St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital

                1433 Goddard Ave

                Duckwall at 824-826 Midway Ave.

Folder 390: Bound Field Surveys, Book #10, 1922-1923:

                Mt. St. Agnes Sanatorium

                Baxter Ave. Amusement Co.

                Voght Machine Co.

                Peaslee Gaulbert

                Anderson Property on Rosewood Ave.

                Churchill Downs

Volume 391: Letterpress Book, January 04, 1899-August 1900:

Includes index of correspondents with projects referenced, some correspondents include:

                Albrecht & Heick

                Blatz & Krebs

                Henry Bickel

                B. J. Campbell & Son

                Cutter Manufacturing Co.

                Sister Estelle (Nazareth Academy)

                M. J. Duffy

                Falls City Artificial Stone Co.

                W. W. Hite & Co.

                Jacob Hoertz

                Jennessee & Hueper

                Joseph McWilliams

                W. H. Matlack

                National Foundry & Machine Co.

                Otis Elevator Co.

                Snead & Co.

                Sanford Vaughn

                A. F. Voss

                J. F. Wagner & Son

Volume 392: Letterpress Book, September 01, 1900-May 24, 1902:

Includes index of correspondents with projects referenced, correspondents include:

                Albrecht & Heick

                William P. Bannon

                Henry Bickel

                John Batt

                Bourlier Cornice and Roofing

                R. L. Clark

                B.  J. Campbell & Sons

                John Diebold & Sons

                M. J. Duffy

                Falls City Artificial Stone Co.

                Charles Fitch

                Fischer-Leaf Co.

                Heagan Manufacturing Co.

                Jacob Hoertz

                Jennessee & Heuper

                Louisville Water Co.

                Joseph McWilliams

                National Foundry and Machine Co.

                William O’Connell

                W. B. Pell & Bro.

                Peter Melcher

                J. L. Strassel

                Stratton & Terstegge

                Snead & Co.

                J. B. Stickler

                A. N. Struck

                Sanford Vaughn

                J. F. Wagner & Sons

Volume 393: Letterpress Book, August 23, 1904-March 21, 1906:

Includes index of correspondents with projects referenced, correspondents include:

                Albrecht & Heick

                American Mosaic & Tile Co.

                W. P. Bannon

                Balke & Co.

                Belknap Hardware

                Blatz & Krebs

                Henry Bickel

                J. B. Campbell & Sons

                Clegg & Co.

                Dow Wire Works

                M. J. Duffy

                Falls City Artificial Stone Co.

                W. T. Hanks

                E. G. Heartick

                Jacob Hoertz

                Charles L. Hughes

                 Jefferson County Fiscal Court

                R. Jennessee

                Joseph McWilliams

                Murray Brothers

                Arvid Norall

                Peter Melcher

                Peter & Burghard Stone Co.

                Snead & Co.

                J. N. Struck

                Troy Laundry Machine Co.

                Uttica Lime Co.

                Sanford Vaughn

                J. F.  Wagner

                W. C. Wulff

Volume 394: Order Book, November 28, 1900-July 18, 1902

Volume 395: Order Book, July 18, 1902-May 07, 1904

Volume 396: Order Book, May 13, 1904-November 03, 1905

Volume 397: Order Book, November 03, 1905-February 16, 1907

Volume 398: Order Book, February 16, 1907-March 13, 1909

Volume 399: Order Book, March 17, 1909-March 16, 1911

Volume 400: Order Book, March 16, 1911-March 07, 1913

Volume 401: Order Book, March 07, 1913-November 20, 1915

Volume 402: Order Book, November 20, 1915-March 14, 1919

Volume 403: Order Book, March 14, 1919-January 09, 1922

Volume 404: Receipt Book, October 17, 1901-June 11, 1904

Volume 405: Receipt Book, June 11, 1904-May 10, 1906

Volume 406: Receipt Book, July 10, 1909-November 02, 1912

Volume 407: Receipt Book, November 08, 1912-May 14, 1915

Volume 408: Receipt Book, May 20, 1915-August 09, 1919

Folder 409: Undated Checkbook containing loose materials from 1865-1866

Volume 410: Checkbook, October 17, 1865-January 19, 1866

Volume 411: Checkbook, March 09, 1867-October 05, 1867

Volume 412: Checkbook, April 01, 1867-February 29, 1868

Volume 413: Checkbook, October 05, 1867-November 14, 1868

Volume 414: Checkbook, December 17, 1870-July 15, 1871

Volume 415: Checkbook, April 21, 1873-August 30, 1873

Volume 416: Checkbook, August 30, 1873-November 08, 1873

Volume 417: Checkbook, November 11, 1873-April 03, 1874

Volume 418: Checkbook, April 04, 1874-September 12, 1874

Volume 419: Checkbook, September 12, 1874-November 29, 1875

Volume 420: Checkbook, August 08, 1876-December 30-1876

Volume 421: Checkbook, December 30, 1876-November 30, 1877

Volume 422: Checkbook, July 21, 1877-July 22, 1878

Volume 423: Bank of Ky., Checkbook, January 07, 1893-May 1, 1899

Volume 424: Misc. Financial Book, June 07, 1873-April 29, 1876

Volume 425: Misc. Financial Book, May 20, 1876-April 20, 1878

Series II: Architectural Drawings, 1854-1949

Roll 426: Adam, B. J., Store, 1st between Main and Washington, undated

Roll 427: Ahrens & Ott Brassworks, 119 North 5th Street, 1892-1937

Roll 428: Albrecht, Gus, Residence, Everett Avenue near Longest Avenue, July 5, 1904

Roll 429: American Tobacco Co., Building “E,” SE Loading Platform, Broadway and 17th, 1947

Roll 430: American Tobacco Co., Finzer Bros. Plant, Jackson and Jacob Streets, February 1890

Roll 431: Anderson, W. G., Store & Warehouse, Main & 6th Streets, 1863

Roll 432: Auburn County High School, Auburn Co., Ky., 1911-1912

Roll 433: Baird, Mrs. Martha, Residence, East Broadway, July 1885

Roll 433a: Baumeister, John, Residence, East Broadway, 1884

Roll 434: Bickel, C. C., Residence, East Broadway, 1885 A

Roll 435: Bickel, C. C., Residence, East Broadway, 1885 B

Roll 436: Bickel, C. C., Store, 528 West Main Street, 1881-1903

Roll 437: Biehl, Louis, Residence, 37th and High Streets, 1909

Roll 438: Bohon, D. T. & Co., Warehouse, office building and factory, Lexington, Ky., 1920

Roll 439: Bonavita, J. M., Residence, Anchorage, Ky., 1902- 1904

Roll 440: Bonnie Brothers Distillery, Boiler house, Ashland and Tyler Avenue, 1910

Roll 441: Bonnie Brothers Distillery, Warehouse at Ashland and Tyler Avenue, & Cattle barn at 34th and Bank Streets, 1903-1912

Roll 442: Boro, P. J., Residence, Jefferson between 11th & 12th Streets, 1901

Roll 443: Buckingham Theatre, New, 223-227 West Jefferson Street, 1898-1911

Roll 433a: Baumeister, John, Residence, East Broadway, 1884

Roll 444: Buckingham Theatre, New, 223-227 West Jefferson Street, 1899

Roll 445: Burghard, E. R., Residence, Everett Avenue, c. 1880-1890

Roll 446: Catholic Church, Knottsville, Ky., c. 1870-1890

Roll 447: Catholic Church, Bowling Green Ky., undated

Roll 448: Central Passenger Railway Co., Carhouse, 18th and Walnut Streets, undated

Roll 449: Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Danville, Ky., 1907- 1908

Roll 450: Church of the Holy Name, Henderson, Ky., c. 1890-1910

Roll 451: Clay & Jacob’s Stores, Main between 1st and Brook Streets, c. 1860-1880 A

Roll 452: Clay & Jacob’s Stores, Main between 1st and Brook Streets, c. 1860-1880 B [access restricted on account of condition]

Roll 453: Coke, J. G., Residence, Walnut Street, c. 1860-1880

Roll 454: Deally, James, Residence (Double), Jefferson between 18th and 19th Streets, undated

Roll 455: Deally, James, Residence, 913 3rd Street, c. 1900-1910

Roll 456: Dean, A. B., Residence, Bardstown Road, c. 1870-1880

Roll 457: Douherty, Rev. Bernard, Residence, Payneville, Ky., 1911

Roll 458: Eclipse Woolen Mills, Henry W. Barret Co., Walnut and Garden Streets, 1884-1887

Roll 459: Ellmer, Henry, Cottages, West 26th between Market and Jefferson Streets, 1908

Roll 460: First National Bank, J. B. Wilder, SE corner 5th and Main Streets, 1885-1903

Roll 461: Fonda Brothers Building, Main between 1st and 2nd Streets, 1881

Roll 462: Grannan, Charles, Store, SE corner 6th and Jefferson Streets, c. 1890-1900

Roll 463: Griswold, Mrs., Residence, 8th Street, 1873

Roll 464: Gross, J. G., Building, 6th and Congress Streets (Courtplace), 1886-1889

Roll 465: Guthrie, James, Store, SW corner 3rd and Jefferson Streets, undated

Roll 466: Harlan Coal Co., Miner’s Houses, location unknown, undated

Roll 467: Harlan, General John M., Residence, Broadway, c. 1860-1870

Roll 467a: Henning, S.C., Residence, Cherokee Park, 1911

Roll 468: Higgins, William, Residence, St. Catherine between 5th and 6th Streets, undated, A

Roll 469: Higgins, William, Residence, St. Catherine between 5th and 6th Streets, undated, B

Roll 470: Hillerich, Lena, Residence, 26th and Chestnut Streets, undated

Roll 471: Holy Mary’s Church, Calvary, Marion Co., Ky., c. 1890-1900

Roll 472: Indiana Cotton Mill, Electric Light Plant, 310 Washington Street, Cannelton, In., 1900

Roll 473: International Harvester Co. (McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.), 208-210 1st Street, 1903-1904

Roll 474: Irvin’s Vault, Captain, Cave Hill Cemetery, c. 1870-1890

Roll 475: Jacob’s Row, S side of Main between 2nd and 3rd Streets, c. 1850s

Roll 476: Jacobs, Hon. Charles D., Building, SE corner 3rd and Main Streets, c. 1874-1881, A

Roll 477: Jacobs, Hon. Charles D., Building, SE corner 3rd and Main Streets, c. 1874-1881, B

Roll 478: James, S. R., Residence, Douglas Place (Boulevard), undated

Roll 479: Jewish Hospital, Floyd and Kentucky Streets, 1903 & 1908-1909

Roll 480: Lebanon Catholic Church, Lebanon or Lebanon Junction, Ky., 1886

Roll 481: Loevenhart Co., Store front window, SE corner 3rd and Market Streets, 1911

Roll 482: Louisville & Interurban Rail Road Co., High Street power station, 1912-1923 A

Roll 483: Louisville & Interurban Rail Road Co., High Street power station, 1912-1914 B

Roll 484: Louisville & Interurban Rail Road Co., High Street power station, 1912-1913 C

Roll 485: Louisville & Interurban Rail Road Co., High Street power station, 1912-1913 D

Roll 486: Louisville & Interurban Rail Road Co., Station and office building, 1904-1905

Roll 487: Louisville & Jefferson Bridge Co., L & N connecting track, location unknown, 1910

Roll 488: Louisville & Jefferson Bridge Co., C & O connecting track, location unknown, 1910

Roll 489: Louisville & Jefferson Bridge Co., Franklin Street Viaduct, 1906

Roll 490: Louisville Hotel, The, 6th and Main Streets, c. 1855

Roll 491: Louisville Hotel, The, 6th and Main Streets, 1873 A

Roll 492: Louisville Hotel, The, 6th and Main Streets, 1873 B

Roll 493: Louisville Lighting Co., Boiler House, 14th and Magazine Streets, 1908

Roll 494: Louisville Lighting Co., Power House, 14th and Magazine Streets, 1904

Roll 495: Louisville Lighting Co., 10th Street Plant, 10th Streets, 1903-1905

Roll 496: Louisville Lighting Co., Engine room, 14th and Magazine Streets, 1906-1907 & 1910-1911

Roll 497: Louisville Lighting Co., Garage, next to the Jail, 1905

Roll 498: Louisville Lighting Co., Stable, 15th near Magazine Street, 1905-1906

Roll 499: Louisville Lighting Co., Substation, 3rd between Market and Jefferson Streets, 1906

Roll 500: Louisville Lighting Co., Warehouse, 14th and Magazine Streets, 1906

Roll 501: Louisville Railway Co., Carhouse, 26th and W. Jefferson Streets, undated

Roll 502: Louisville School Board, Proposed School Building, Crescent Hill area, 1905

Roll 503: Louisville Steam & Electric Motor Power Co., 3rd Street, undated

Roll 504: Manufacturers Tobacco Co., Warehouse, Courtney and 26th Streets, 1899-1902

Roll 505: McDermott, Dr., Residence, NE corner St. Catherine and 6th Streets, 1891

Roll 506: Menefee, R. J., Residence, 3rd Street, c. 1870-1880

Roll 507: Merchant’s Ice and Cold Storage Co., Plants no. 2 & 5, Main Street (Plant no. 2), & 14th and Magazine Streets (Plant no. 5), 1918-1922

Roll 508: Merriweather, Charles, Residence, 3rd Street, 1878

Roll 509: Merriweather, George W., Store, Main between 4th and 5th Streets, c. 1860s-1880s

Roll 510: Monarch, S., Residence, Owensboro, Ky., undated

Roll 511: Murphy, C. C. & Laura E., Residence, 6th Street, 1887

Roll 512: Newcomb, H. D., Warehouse, 4th between Bullitt & Wall Streets, c. 1854-1868, A

Roll 513: Newcomb, H. D., Warehouse, 4th between Bullitt & Wall Streets, c. 1854-1868, B [access restricted on account of condition]

Roll 514: Newcomb, H. D., Warehouse and Store, 4th between Bullitt & Wall Streets, c. 1854-1868

Roll 515: Newcomb, H. Victor, Residence, 4th Street, 1873

Roll 516: Newport & Cincinnati Bridge, Ohio River, 1895-1896

Roll 517: O’ Connell, J., Stable, 5th and Lee Streets, 1911

Roll 518: O’ Donnell Coal and Gravel Co., Coal elevator, 34th and Missouri Streets, 1899-1907

Roll 519: O’ Donnell Coal and Gravel Co., Gravel elevator, South of Bonnie Bros. Distillery, 1914-1915

Roll 520: O’ Donnell Coal Yard, Trestle & coal elevator, 29th and Cleveland Avenue, 1914

Roll 521: O’ Donnell, J., Cottages and Store/Residence, 33rd between High and Rudd Streets, 1905

Roll 522: Old Kentucky Woolen Mills, SW corner of Story and Frankfort Avenues, 1888-1893

Roll 523: Olympic Moving Picture Theatre, 326 East Market Street, 1911

Roll 524: Orient Insurance Co., NW corner 1st and Market Streets, 1901

Roll 525: Patterson, William, Residence, Main between 26th and 27th Streets, 1898

Roll 526: Patterson, William, Store house, Corner of 11th and Market Streets, c. 1890

Roll 527: Payne, P. E., Residence, Owensboro, Ky., c. 1880-1890

Roll 528: Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Varnish Plant, 16th or 15th and High Streets, 1922

Roll 529: Pirtle, John B., Residence, 4th between Oak and Ormsby Streets, undated

Roll 530: Ray, Colonel W. R., Store building, Market between 2nd and 3rd Streets, c. 1890

Roll 531: Reynold, W. B., Stores, 6th and Main Streets, undated

Roll 532: Richardson’s Store, 4th between Main and River Streets, 1881

Roll 533: Sacred Heart Church, Springfield, Ky., undated [access restricted on account of condition]

Roll 534: Schneider & Alt, Store and Dwelling, 18th and Howard Streets, 1893

Roll 535: School Building, Pearl between Floyd and Preston Streets, undated

Roll 536: School Building, 10th Ward, Overhill Street, c. 1860-1880

Roll 537: Schurmann, G., Stores, Main between 7th and 8th Streets, 1881-1882

Roll 538: Second National Bank, H. D. Newcomb Building, NW corner Main and Bullitt Streets, 1854-1855

Roll 539: Smith, Dr. J. L., Store, Jefferson near 3rd Street, undated

Roll 540: Smith, Milton H., Residence, 1240 4th Street, undated

Roll 541: Snodgrass, W. A., Residence, High Avenue between 33rd and 34th Streets, undated

Roll 542: Southern National Bank, Main between 3rd and 4th Streets, 1901

Roll 543: St. Ann’s Monastery, Round Woods, Scranton, Pa., undated

Roll 544: St. Bernard Church, Casey County, Ky., c. 1890-1910

Roll 545: St. Elizabeth’s Church, Burnett Avenue between Hoertz and Hickory Streets, 1906

Roll 546: St. James Church, Elizabethtown, Ky., c. 1890-1910

Roll 547: St. Joseph Infirmary, New, Preston Street and Eastern Parkway, 1923-1925

Roll 548: St. Joseph Infirmary, Old, 4th Avenue (Street) between Broadway and Chestnut Street, 1898-1907

Roll 549: St. Joseph’s Church, new towers, Washington between Clay and Webster Streets, 1905

Roll 550: St. Joseph’s Orphan’s Home, Frankfort Avenue, undated

Roll 551: St. Margaret’s Hospital, Hammond, In., undated

Roll 552: St. Margaret’s Hospital, Old building, Hammond, In., undated [access restricted on account of condition]

Roll 553: St. Martin’s School (St. Martinus Pfarrschule), Gray between Shelby and Kellar Streets, 1896

Roll 554: St. Mary’s Academy, Between Jefferson and Monroe Streets, Paducah, Ky., 1890-1913

Roll 555: St. Michael’s Church, Brook Street, 1911

Roll 556: St. Peter’s Church, Southgate and 16th Streets (California area), 1887

Roll 557: St. Rose Roman Catholic Church, Cloverport, Ky., c. 1900-1910

Roll 558: St. Teresa’s Church, Rhodelia, Ky., 1909

Roll 559: St. Vincent de Paul Church, Shelby and Milk Streets, undated

Roll 560: Steinacker, Philip, Store, Baxter and Lucia Avenues, 1901

Roll 561: Sylvester Rapier & Co., House and Bank, New Haven, Ky., 1903-1903

Roll 562: Thompson, Colonel T. W., Residence, 3rd Street, c. 1870-1880

Roll 563: Tompkin’s Store, 6th Street, undated A

Roll 564: Tompkin’s Store, 6th Street, undated B

Roll 565: Tompkin’s Store, 6th Street, undated C

Roll 566: U. S. Custom House & Post Office, SW corner 3rd and Green (Liberty) Streets, 1875-1889

Roll 567: U. S. Custom House & Post Office, 4th and Chestnut Streets, 1891

Roll 568: U. S. Post Office, 4th and Chestnut Streets, undated [access restricted on account of condition]

Roll 569: Unidentified Commercial Building, c. 1870-1880

Roll 570: Union National Bank, 6th and Main Streets, 1900

Roll 571: Veteran’s Hospital, Lexington, Ky., 1929

Roll 572: Webb, T. R., Residence, 29th and Portland Avenue, undated

Roll 573: Weikel, Mrs. Fred, Residence, Everett Avenue, 1903

Roll 574: Whallen, J. R., Stable, Green (Liberty) Street, 1893

Roll 575: Whitestone, Mr. H., Residence, Jacob between 1st and Brook Streets, c. 1850-1870

Roll 576: Wilder, J. B., Building (incl. Swan Abram Hat Co.), NE corner 6th and Main Streets, 1882

Roll 577: Wilder, J. B., Building, NE corner 6th and Main Streets, 1882

Roll 578: Wilder, J. B., Building, Freight elevator, NE corner 6th and Main Streets, 1914

Roll 579: Wilder, J. B., Residence, 4th Street, undated

Box 36: The box contains a sample of the wrappers that were formerly used to enclose the project rolls.  Please refer to Project Index for rolls that have an associated wrapper.

Oversized Material

Folder 580: Baurmann, G., Store, Main Street, July 15, 1865

Folder 581: Citizens Union National Bank, et al., location not listed, undated

Folder 582: Harlan, General John M., Residence, Broadway, c. 1860-1870

Folder 583: Irvin’s Vault, Captain, Cave Hill Cemetery, c. 1870-1890

Folder 584: Kentucky Institute for the Blind, “Colored Building” and “Main Building,” Frankfort Avenue near Haldeman Avenue, after 1886

Folder 585: Newcomb, H. Victor, Residence, 4th Street, 1873 A

Folder 586: Newcomb, H. Victor, Residence, 4th Street, 1873 B

Folder 587: Old Kentucky Woolen Mills, Frankfort and Story Avenues, 1888-1893

Folder 588: Second National Bank, H. D. Newcomb Building, NW corner Main and Bullitt Streets, 1854-1855

Folder 589: Smith, Dr. J. L., Residence, location not listed, c. 1860-1880

Folder 590: Snodgrass, W. A., Residence, High Avenue between 33rd and 34th Streets, undated

Folder 591: St. Boniface Monastery, 501 East Green (Liberty) Street, 1899

Folder 592: Unidentified Building, location not listed, June 3, 1865

Folder 593: Unidentified Theater (thought to be the Louisville Auditorium), location not listed, 1916

Folder 594: Waverly Hills Sanitarium, Valley Station (Louisville, Ky.), undated

Folder 595: Wilder, J. B., Building (old Bray Clothing Store), 6th between Main and River Streets, 1887-1913

Folder 596: Wilder, J. B., Building (incl. Swan Abram Hat Co.), NE corner of 6th and Main Streets, undated

Folder 597: Miscellaneous oversized manuscripts removed from project rolls:

                Church of the Holy Name (Henderson, Ky.): Detailed notes for roof construction, c. 1890-1910

                Indiana Cotton Mill (Cannelton, In.): Survey of Indiana Cotton Mills, August 1, 1890

                Louisville & Interurban Rail Road, High Street Power Plant: construction specifications, c. 1912-1923

Subject Headings

Account books – Kentucky – Louisville

Adath Israel (Louisville, Ky.)

Ahrens & Ott Manufacturing Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Architects – Kentucky – Louisville

Architectural Firms – Records and correspondence

Architectural photography

Architectural surveys – Kentucky – Louisville

Architecture – Designs and plans

Architecture – Indiana

Architecture – Kentucky

Architecture and technology

Avery, B. F. & Sons (Louisville, Ky.)

Banks – Kentucky – Louisville – Buildings, structures, etc.

Baseball – Kentucky - Louisville

Baumeister, John, 1854-1929

Belknap Hardware Co. (Louisville, Ky.)

Blueprints – Kentucky – Louisville

Bonnie Brothers Distillery (Louisville, Ky.)

Bourbon Stock Yard Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Bridges – design and construction

Broadway (Louisville, Ky.)

Brown, Samuel Smith, 1842 – 1905

Buckingham Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

Building trades – Kentucky – Louisville

Business enterprises – Kentucky – Louisville

Business records – Kentucky – Louisville

Cast-Iron fronts (Architecture) – Kentucky – Louisville

Cathedral of the Assumption (Louisville, Ky.)

Catholic architects

Central Business District (Louisville, Ky.)

Central Passenger Railway Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Central State Hospital (Louisville, Ky.)

Church buildings – Kentucky

Churchill Downs (Louisville, Ky.: Racetrack)

Coal Miners – Dwellings – Kentucky

Coke, James Guthrie, 1841 - 1905

Cold Spring (Louisville, Ky.)

Commercial buildings – Kentucky – Louisville

Construction industry – Kentucky – Louisville

Contractors – Kentucky –Louisville

Distilleries – design and construction

Downtown – Kentucky – Louisville

Eclipse Woolen Mills (Louisville, Ky.)

Elevators – Kentucky – Louisville

Factories – Kentucky – Louisville

Fontaine Ferry Park (Louisville, Ky.)

Galt House (Louisville, Ky.)

Gasoline Storage

Gothic Revival (Architecture) – Kentucky – Louisville

Harlan, John Marshall, 1833-1911

Henning, Samuel C., 1865-1913

Highlands (Louisville, Ky.)

High Street (Louisville, Ky.)

Horse racing – Kentucky

Hospital buildings

Hotels – Kentucky – Louisville

Indiana Cotton Mill (Cannelton, In.)

Industrial buildings – Kentucky – Louisville

Industries – Kentucky – Louisville

Irish Americans

Irvin, Captain James F. – tomb (Louisville, Ky.)

Jacob’s Row (Louisville, Ky.)

Kentucky Association (Lexington, Ky.)

Kentucky Institute for the Blind (Louisville, Ky.)

Labor Unions – Kentucky – Louisville

La Salette Academy (Covington, Ky.)

Lakeland Asylum (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville (Ky.) – Buildings, structures, etc.

Louisville Auditorium (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville and Interurban Railroad (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Board of Trade (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Colonels (Baseball Team)

Louisville Hotel, The (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville and Jeffersonville Bridge Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Lighting Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Gas and Electric (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Railway Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Louisville Trust Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Main Street (Louisville, Ky.)

Market Street (Louisville, Ky.)

Mausoleums – Kentucky – Louisville

Monasteries – Kentucky – Louisville

Motion Picture Theaters – Kentucky – Louisville

Murphy, James Cornelius, 1864-1874

Nazareth Academy (Nazareth, Ky.)

Newcomb, Horatio Dalton, 1809-1874

Newcomb, Victor, 1844-1911

O’Donaghue, Denis, 1848-1925

O’Donnell Coal Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Old Kentucky Woolen Mills (Louisville, Ky.)

Old Louisville (Louisville, Ky.)

Olympic Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)

Orient Insurance Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Pendennis Club (Louisville, Ky.)

Pirtle, John Barbee, 1842-1934

Portland (Louisville, Ky.)

Post Office buildings – Kentucky – Louisville

Public buildings – Kentucky – Louisville

Rademacher, Joseph

Railroads – Kentucky – Louisville

Religious architecture – Kentucky – Louisville

Residential architecture – Kentucky – Louisville

Rogers, Isaiah, 1800-1869

Romanesque revival (Architecture) – Kentucky – Louisville

School buildings – Kentucky

Second National Bank (Louisville, Ky.)

Segregation – Kentucky – Louisville – Buildings, structures, etc.

Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (Nazareth, Ky.)

St. Boniface Monastery (Louisville, Ky.)

St. Joseph Infirmary (Louisville, Ky.)

St. Joseph Orphans Home (Louisville, Ky.)

St. Martin’s School (Louisville, Ky.)

Stables – Kentucky – Louisville

Stonemasons – Kentucky – Louisville

Technological innovations

Textile industry – Kentucky – Louisville – Buildings, structures, etc.

Theatres – Kentucky – Louisville

Tobacco – Kentucky – Louisville

Transportation – Kentucky – Louisville

Tuberculosis – Hospitals – Kentucky – Louisville

U. S. Custom House & Post Office (Louisville, Ky.)

Waverly Hills Sanitarium (Louisville, Ky.)

Whitestone, Henry, 1819-1893

Wilder, James Bennett

Women – Employment – Kentucky – Louisville

Women – Kentucky – Louisville – Economic conditions

Woolen and worsted manufacture – Kentucky – Louisville

Additional Authors

Joseph Rademacher

D. X. Murphy (1853-1933)

James Cornelius Murphy (1864–1935)

Peter J. Murphy

Henry Whitestone (1819-1893)

Filson Historical