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Old Louisville. (Printed verso reads: "DETAIL OF COMMERCIAL BUILDING, 800 BLOCK, WEST MAIN STREET. Like a parade of metal boilers, these cast iron columns form a screen along the sidewalk of Louisville's oldest commercial strip. Since Louisville's founding in the late 18th century, Main Street has been an integral part of the city's commercial life. After the Civil War this area was built up with a rich variety of architectural forms, including many examples of the then modern cast iron facade.") 2 copies

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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