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                 Guide to the Collection on Lafayette Studios: 1930s decade, 1930-1939
                     96PA101 
                 
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                     Special Collections 
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                     Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 
                     (859) 257-8611 
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             Lafayette Studios photographs: 1930s decade 
             96PA101 
             
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
             
             
                 
             
             
                    6,543 items 
             
             1930-1939 
             
                 Lafayette Studios 
             
             
                 Long, Robert J. 
             

         
         
             Conditions Governing Access note 
             The collection is open for research use. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Use note 
             All rights to the photographs, including but not restricted to legal title, copyrights and literary property rights, have been transferred to the University of Kentucky Archives. Photographs may be reproduced with permission from Audio-Visual Archives, University of Kentucky Libraries. 
         
         
             Preferred Citation note 
             96PA101: [identification of item], Collection on Lafayette Studios, University of Kentucky Archives. 
         
         
             Biographical/Historical note 
             Robert J. "Bob" Long and his wife, Ida Nelson Long, opened Lafayette Studios in 1923, operating it out of the New Johns Building at 108 Walnut Street (now Martin Luther King Boulevard) in Lexington, Kentucky. Bob and Ida Long already had a few years experience in still and moving image photography and Bob Long worked as a projectionist at the newly opened Kentucky Theatre on East Main Street. In 1925, they expanded their business and moved the studio space to 311 West Main Street. By the early 1930s, the Longs bought out their main competitor, Starman Studios. Around this time, Bob Long left his job at the Kentucky Theatre and focused on building Lafayette Studios into Lexington's most successful photographic studio. In the late 1930s, the Longs moved again, this time to the Starman Studio space, at 301 West Main Street. By 1941, they moved again, settling into 141-143 North Limestone; it was to be the studio's home until 1984. In 1959, the Longs sold Lafayette Studios to Chester Wainscott and Goy Goforth and retired. After 1962, Wainscott became the sole owner and operator until the studio closed in 1985 at its final location of 111 South Limestone. 
         
         
             Scope and Contents note 
             This finding aid lists the 1930s images produced by Lafayette Studios (6,543 items; dated 1930-1939).  The Lafayette Studios photographs consists of 17,269  photographic negatives (52.0 cubic feet, 115 boxes) in the 8x10, 5x7, and 4x5 formats and both nitrate and acetate base materials are present. Scenes of commercial real estate in downtown Lexington predominate, but civil and social groups are represented, as well as photographic orders filled at the request of private individuals that cover a wide array of subject matter. 
         
         
             Arrangement note 
             The collection is arranged by Lafayette Studios-assigned invoice number, listed in the guide as the item number for each image.  The numbers are in a rough chronological order. Multiple images in an invoice group are represented by the invoice number, followed by an alphabetical qualifier: a, b, c, etc. The numbers are not contiguous and the many gaps in the collection represent missing invoice/work orders. University of Kentucky Archives has no information on the content or fate of the missing invoice groups. Most invoice groups (represented as whole numbers) contain more than one image.  
         
         
             Historic buildings--Kentucky--Lexington. 
             Lexington (Ky.) 
             Lexington (Ky.)--History--Pictorial works. 
             Lexington (Ky.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works. 
         
 
 Related Materials note 
 See also other guides to additional decades of Lafayette Studios photographs. 
 

         
 1930s Decade 
 1157 Kentucky Trotting Track,  1930-08-10 
 148a Kaufman Clothing Store; interior; 135 West Main Street,  1930-02-03 
 148b Kaufman Clothing Company; interior; 135 West Main Street,  1930-02-03 
 153 Consolidated Coach Corporation, new garage interior; 801 North Limestone,  1930-01-30 
 577 Red Hot Coal Company; display booth at trade show,  1930-03-27 
 589 Standee for "The Rouge Song" (1940), theater unknown; Byrd Sign Company,  1930-04-04 
 610a Tolbert Pottery; p. 1 c. 786; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 610b Tolbert Pottery; p. 1 c. 786; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 610c Tolbert Pottery; p. 1 c. 787; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 610d Tolbert Pottery; p. 2 c. 786; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 610e Tolbert Pottery; p. 2 c. 786; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 610f Tolbert Pottery; p. 3 c. 787; advertisement display,  1930-04-11 
 618 Fred Bryant Motor Car Company, 728 Bullock Avenue; exterior,  1930-03-25 
 638 Geary Construction Company; building, Main and Upper Streets (view of Courthouse, Fayette National Bank, and McAdams & Morford, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Drug Store, 200, 201, 202 West Main),  1930-04-15 
 650 L.L. Roberts Furniture Company; exterior; 425, 425, 427, 428,429 West Main,  1930-04-24 
 652 Electric Shop; exterior, 103 North Broadway, (men with Royal and Royalette vacuum cleaners),  1930-04-25 
 653a Lexington Ice Company; trucks, drivers,  1930-04-24 
 653b Lexington Ice Company; trucks, drivers,  1930-04-24 
 654a Air Climbers of America; Lexington Airport; Halley Field, Leestown Road? (Prop. of Dr. Sam Halley),  1930-04-27 
 654b Air Climbers of America; Lexington Airport; Halley Field, Leestown Road?,  1930-04-27 
 654c Air Climbers of America; Lexington Airport; Halley Field, Leestown Road? (Prop. of Dr. Sam Halley),  1930-04-27 
 654d Air Climbers of America; Lexington Airport; Halley Field, Leestown Road?,  1930-04-27 
 660a M. J. Battle crypt; exterior,  1930-05-02 
 660b M. J. Battle crypt; exterior,  1930-05-02 
 660c M. J. Battle crypt, interior right; graves of Emiline Battle; Evangeline Battle; Patrick Naven,  1930-05-02 
 660d M. J. Battle crypt, interior; graves of Evangeline and Ernistine Battle,  1930-05-02 
 660e M. J. Battle crypt, interior right; graves of Emiline Battle; Evangeline Battle; Patrick Naven,  1930-05-02 
 660f M. J. Battle crypt, interior; graves of Evangeline and Ernistine Battle,  1930-05-02 
 660g M. J. Battle crypt; exterior,  1930-05-02 
 660h M. J. Battle Crypt, interior; graves of Ernistine Battle, Evangeline Battle, Micheal Battle, Eunice Battle,  1930-05-02 
 663a Lexington Coffee Company (College Club Coffee); exterior of building; 314, 315, 316 East Vine Street,  1930-04-30 
 663b Lexington Coffee Company (College Club Coffee); exterior of building; 314, 315, 316 East Vine Street,  1930-04-30 
 666a Fayette County Truck Number 12 (mileage noted 30725),  1930-06-14 
 666b Fayette County Road Department trucks; salt-loading chutes,  1930-06-14 
 666c Fayette County Truck Number 12 (mileage noted 30725),  1930-06-14 
 666d Fayette County Road Department trucks; salt-loading chutes,  1930-06-14 
 666e Department of Public Works, City of Lexington; street sweepers,  1930-06-14 
 666f Department of Public Works, City of Lexington; street sweepers,  1930-06-14 
 666g Department of Public Works, City of Lexington; street sweepers,  1930-06-14 
 669a Joyland Park; miniature scenic railroad, trolley,  1930-06-13 
 669b Joyland Park, The Pretzel ("that mysterious dark ride, w/ miniature Cumberland Falls"),  1930-06-13 
 669c Joyland Park; midway with confectionary,  1930-06-13 
 669d Joyland Park, The Pretzel ("that mysterious dark ride, w/ miniature Cumberland Falls"),  1930-06-13 
 676a J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; Margaret I. King Library Construction; University of Kentucky Campus; south side of building looking north,  1930-05-07 
 676b J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; Margaret I. King Library Construction; University of Kentucky Campus; east side of building looking west,  1930-05-07 
 678 Five African-American musicians in bed of a Guthrie and Stiles truck, sign states "Paramount on Parade" (1930), promotion for Kentucky Theatre (movie theater),  1930-05-02 
 679 Hurst & Byars Printing Company; photo commemorates Grand Opening Wednesday, May 21, 1930; staff stands in front; 165, 167 North Limestone Street,  1930-05-15 
 680a Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior with staff; workshop, 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 680b Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior with staff; workshop, 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 680c Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior, reception area; 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 680d Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior with staff; 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 680e Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior with staff, reception area; 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 680f Spotswood Specialty Company Incorporated; interior with staff; 218-222 Jefferson,  1930-05-14 
 683a Farmer Motor Company; Studebaker tow trucks,  1930-05-19 
 683b Farmer Motor Company; Studebaker tow trucks,  1930-05-19 
 687 Cyclone Stores, 361 West Short Street; exterior,  1930-03-23 
 690a Wombwell Automotive Parts; garage, body shop (151 East Short Street),  1930-05-22 
 690b Wombwell Automotive Parts; garage, body shop (151 East Short Street),  1930-05-22 
 692a Lexington Water Company; lab table (copy negative),  1930-05-26 
 692b Lexington Water Company; lab table,  1930-05-26 
 694a Joyland Main Entrance, 163 West Short Street, Joyland Oil & Gas,  1930-05-28 
 694b Joyland Main Entrance, 163 West Short Street; Joyland Oil & Gas,  1930-05-28 
 697 Dixie Ice Cream Company, 123 Rose Street (corner of Chesapeake); machinery,  1930-05-30 
 699 Northern Bank Building 259 West Short Street; Northeast Corner of Short and Market Streets; Carter Supply Company; Loevenhart's; T. B. Burke Bicycles; Plaza Barber Shop; Seven Oaks Springs Company; Renick & Riner, Realtors (yogurt?),  1930-07-17 
 700a Consolidated Drug Store Interior; Maysville, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 700b Consolidated Drug Store Exterior view from front of building; Maysville, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 700c Consolidated Drug Store exterior from corner; Maysville, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 701a Consolidated Drug Store exterior; Madison Barber Shop; Richmond, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 701b Consolidated Drug Store exterior; Madison Barber Shop; Richmond, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 701c Consolidated Drug Store Interior; lunch counter and soda fountain; Richmond, Kentucky,  1930-07-02 
 703a Geary-Gay Motor Company, Hudson-Essex service department; exterior from front of business, 119-125 North Eastern Avenue,  1930-07-02 
 703b Geary-Gay Motor Company, Hudson-Essex service department; exterior from front of business, 119-125 North Eastern Avenue,  1930-07-02 
 703c Geary-Gay Motor Company, Hudson-Essex service department; exterior, showing automobile entrance ramp into garage, 119-125 North Eastern Avenue,  1930-07-02 
 705a Tom Thumb Golf Course; Corner of Short Street and Esplanade,  1930-05-22 
 705b First Baptist Church, 266 East Short (Reverend Homer T. Nutter); J.T. (James) Looney Grocers, 264 East Short; exterior,  1930-05-22 
 706a Joseph Papania & Company Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables; fleet of delivery trucks and front of company; G.Z. Faulconer & Company Cash Wholesale Grocers in background; 838 West High Street,  1930-06-07 
 706b Joseph Papania & Company Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables; fleet of delivery trucks and front of company; G.Z. Faulconer & Company Cash Wholesale Grocers in background; 838 West High Street,  1930-06-07 
 706c Joseph Papania & Company Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables; fleet of delivery trucks and front of company; G.Z. Faulconer & Company Cash Wholesale Grocers in background; 838 West High Street,  1930-06-07 
 706d Joseph Papania & Company Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables, 838 West High Street; fleet of delivery trucks and front of company,  1930-06-07 
 709a J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; University of Kentucky Library Building,  1930-06-07 
 709b J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; University of Kentucky Library Building,  1930-06-07 
 710a Street scene, north side of 100 block of East Main, night, overexposed; Ben Ali Theatre (movie theater) visible,  1930-06-06 
 710b Street scene, north side of 100 block of East Main, night; Ben Ali Theatre (movie theater) visible, marquee advertises "Rough Romance" (1930); Fischer Sausage Sign visible in 710a has been cut out,  1930-06-06 
 713a Lexington Leader basketball team; team photo, coaches,  1930-03-13 
 713b Lexington Leader basketball team; team photo, coaches,  1930-03-13 
 716a Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; "Roadhouse Nights" (1930), frame around ticket booth and lobby entrances; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) partially visible,  1930-04-14 
 716b Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; "Roadhouse Nights" (1930), frame around ticket booth and lobby entrances; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) partially visible,  1930-04-14 
 718 Dyoll Feed Tubs (patented November 14, 1922); Manufactured by L. F. Lloyd Sheet Metal Company,  1930-03-13 
 719a Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 719b Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 719c Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 719d Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 719e Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 719f Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 541 West Short; trucks (Harbison Tire Company?),  1930-03-17 
 722 L.L. Roberts Furniture Store; exterior; 425-429 West Main,  1930-03-17 
 727a Graves, Cox & Company, 124-132 West Main; promotional window for "Just Imagine" (1930) showing at Strand Theatre (movie theater); Byrd Sign Company,  1930-03-22 
 728 Consolidated Coach Corporation, 801 North Limestone; interior, man on telephone,  1930-03-17 
 729 Lail Brothers display in warehouse,  1930-03-26 
 745a J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; north and west sides of University of Kentucky library building,  1930-07-07 
 745b J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; north and west sides of University of Kentucky library building,  1930-07-07 
 747a Stewart-Cassell Motor Company, 362-364 East Main; exterior ; Nevitt Company and Kelly Tires signs in background,  1930-07-14 
 747b Stewart-Cassell Motor Company, 362-364 East Main; exterior ; Nevitt Company and Kelly Tires signs in background,  1930-07-14 
 750a Consolidated Drug Store (soda fountain, candy counter); Ravenna, Kentucky,  1930-07-17 
 750b Consolidated Drug Store (Mennen, Kodak displays); Ravenna, Kentucky,  1930-07-17 
 750c Consolidated Drug Store, exterior; Ravenna, Kentucky,  1930-07-17 
 751a King Solomon, Hero of 1833 Cholera Plague; tomb,  1930-07-24 
 751b King Solomon, Hero of 1833 Cholera Plague, tomb,  1930-07-24 
 752a Gulf Refining Company gas station (service); 202 South Limestone (corner of High),  1930-07-24 
 752b Gulf Refining Company gas station (service); 202 South Limestone (corner of High),  1930-07-24 
 752c Gulf Refining Company gas station (service); 202 South Limestone (corner of High); partial view of Allen Harper Electrical Engineering Company, 206 South Limestone,  1930-07-24 
 757 State Theatre (movie theater), 220 East Main, exterior; "Silent Enemy" (1930), large freestanding billboard of Native-American on sidewalk,  1930-09-04 
 760a Madison Coal Corporation; D.W. Blaylock coal map, Number 9 slope; Ohio Valley Coal and Mining; DeKoven; Union County, Kentucky,  1930-09-04 
 760b Madison Coal Corporation; D.W. Blaylock coal map, Number 9 slope; Ohio Valley Coal and Mining; DeKoven; Union County, Kentucky,  1930-09-04 
 760c Madison Coal Corporation; D.W. Blaylock coal map, Number 9 slope; Ohio Valley Coal and Mining; DeKoven; Union County, Kentucky,  1930-09-04 
 760d Madison Coal Corporation; D.W. Blaylock coal map, Number 9 slope; Ohio Valley Coal and Mining; DeKoven; Union County, Kentucky,  1930-09-04 
 760e Madison Coal Corporation; D.W. Blaylock coal map, Number 9 slope; Ohio Valley Coal and Mining; DeKoven; Union County, Kentucky,  1930-09-04 
 761a Long, R.J. (Lafayette Studios); groups at Capitol, in front of Governor Goebel monument,  1930-08-11 
 761b Long, R.J. (Lafayette Studios); groups at Capitol, in front of Governor Goebel monument,  1930-08-11 
 764 Bluegrass Fair; booths along midway,  1930-08-20 
 774a Goodwin Brothers, Dodge Mileage Marathon car and Man O' War,  1930-08-26 
 774b Goodwin Brothers, Dodge Mileage Marathon car and Man O' War,  1930-08-26 
 774c Goodwin Brothers, Dodge Mileage Marathon car and Man O' War,  1930-08-26 
 780a Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780b Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780c Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780d Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780e Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780f Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780g Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780h Calumet Farm; horse and handler,  1930-09-09 
 780i Calumet Farm; horse barn, exterior,  1930-09-09 
 780j Calumet Farm; horse barn, exterior,  1930-09-09 
 780k Calumet Farm; fancy brick building,  1930-09-09 
 780l Calumet Farm; framed painting of horse,  1930-09-09 
 780m Calumet Farm; fancy brick building,  1930-09-09 
 780n Calumet Farm; framed painting of horse,  1930-09-09 
 782a J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; University of Kentucky Library Building,  1930-09-10 
 782b J.F. Hardyman Construction Company; University of Kentucky Library Building,  1930-09-10 
 785a Lail Electrical Company, Westinghouse display at trade show,  1930-09-19 
 785b Lail Electric Company; 222 East Main Street, exterior (Westinghouse),  1930-09-19 
 785c Lail Electric Company; 222 East Main Street, exterior (Westinghouse),  1930-09-19 
 788 Harry Skuller, jeweler, 115 West Main; exterior window display,  1930-09-15 
 790a Woods Groceries (IGA, International Grocers Association); exterior,  1930-09-20 
 790b Woods Groceries (IGA, International Grocers Association); exterior,  1930-09-20 
 791a Dunn Drug Company, 290 South Limestone; new store, exterior; Corner of Maxwell Street and Limestone Street (Dunn Apartments, Laval Dry Cleaning) (yogurt),  1930-09-20 
 791b Dunn Drug Company, 290 South Limestone; new store, exterior; Corner of Maxwell Street and Limestone Street (Dunn Apartments, Laval Dry Cleaning) (yogurt),  1930-09-20 
 792a Kidd, Ellis O.; (Music Teacher); Family Group; 611 Price Avenue,  1930-09-26 
 792b Kidd, Ellis O.; (Music Teacher); Family Group; 611 Price Avenue,  1930-09-26 
 794 Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, interior, lobby; indoor golf course to promote "Follow Thru" (1930),  1930-09-30 
 795a Democratic Luncheon,  1930-10-21 
 795b Democratic Luncheon,  1930-10-21 
 798a Radio show; auditorium,  1930-10-07 
 798b Radio show; auditorium,  1930-10-07 
 799 Sears & Roebuck Company, 213 East Main; radio show, booth,  1930-10-07 
 800a Zenith Radio display; booth,  1930-10-18 
 800b Zenith Radio Display; booth,  1930-10-18 
 803a Professor M.A. Cassidy; monument,  1930-10-10 
 803b Professor M.A. Cassidy; monument,  1930-10-10 
 808 Democratic Convention; Frankfort, Kentucky (Richmond Loving Cup, presented to Young Men's Democratic Club of Jefferson County),  1930-09-06 
 809 Stansifer's Bootery ("feminine footwear"); exterior window, 206 West Main,  1930-09-17 
 811 Cranfill & Hadden; exterior (Rudy Furnaces, Careystone Shingles),  1930-12-13 
 813a St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 813b St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 813c St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 813d St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 813e St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior, African-American segregated ward (fire escape),  1930-12-12 
 813f St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior, African-American segregated ward,  1930-12-12 
 813g St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior, African-American segregated ward (copy negative, 3 views),  1930-12-12 
 813h St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; group of an African-American children,  1930-12-12 
 813i St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; interior; childrens' ward, nursery,  1930-12-12 
 813j St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior (copy negative),  1930-12-12 
 813k St. Joseph's Hospital, 544 West Second (2nd) Street; exterior (copy negative),  1930-12-12 
 814 B & M Dairy Company; exterior (BG Laboratories, Parron's Pasteurized Dairy Products),  1930-12-12 
 817a Diamond Brothers, women's clothing store, 152 West Main; exterior window,  1930-12-15 
 817b Diamond Brothers, women's clothing store, 152 West Main; exterior window,  1930-12-15 
 818a Morton Junior High School, 120 Walnut Street; basketball team,  1930-12-16 
 818b Morton Junior High School, 120 Walnut Street; orchestra in gym,  1930-12-16 
 818c Morton Junior High School, 120 Walnut Street; basketball team,  1930-12-16 
 819 Walters, Hanow & Company; exterior ; 411-417 West Short Street,  1930-12-10 
 827a Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; "Hell's Angels" (1930), three men sitting outside theater with signs; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) partially visible,  1930-12-21 
 827b Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; "Hell's Angels" (1930), three men sitting outside theater with signs; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) partially visible,  1930-12-21 
 827c Movie poster on false front covering construction on 115 West Main; Kentucky Theatre (movie theater) advertisement for "Hell's Angels" (1930); J. S. Poer and Lexington Cut Stone Co. signs visible, BPO Elks Hall (117 West Main) is partially visible; location being renovated from Miles Silk Shop to Skuller's Jewelry,  1930-12-21 
 827d Movie poster on false front covering construction on 115 West Main; Kentucky Theatre (movie theater) advertisement for "Hell's Angels" (1930); J. S. Poer and Lexington Cut Stone Co. signs visible, BPO Elks Hall (117 West Main) and Metropolitan Restaurant (111 West Main) are partially visible; location being renovated from Miles Silk Shop to Skuller's Jewelry,  1930-12-21 
 827e Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated for "Tom Sawyer" (1930); Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) partially visible,  1930-12-21 
 827f Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated for "Tom Sawyer" (1930), a Lexington Leader (newspaper) truck is parked in front, with numerous cans of soup stacked around it; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) mostly visible,  1930-12-21 
 827g Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated for "Tom Sawyer" (1930), a Lexington Leader (newspaper) truck is parked in front, with numerous cans of soup stacked around it; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) mostly visible,  1930-12-21 
 827h Kentucky Theatre (movie theater), 214 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated for "Tom Sawyer" (1930), a Lexington Leader (newspaper) truck is parked in front, with numerous cans of soup stacked around it; Piggly-Wiggly (210 East Main) mostly visible,  1930-12-21 
 827i State Theatre (movie theater), 220 East Main, exterior; ticket booth decorated as a Christmas tree; lobby cards and partially visible marquee advertise "Hello Sister" (1930),  1930-12-21 
 828a Boy Scouts; group photo,  1930-12-17 
 828b Boy Scouts; group photo,  1930-12-17 
 828c Boy Scouts; group photo,  1930-12-17 
 837 Overexposed view of West Main and Limestone; Kaufman Clothing Company sign on building, Consolidated Drugs, 101 West Main; United Cigars, Metropolitan Restaurant, 111 West Main; (General Outdoor Advertising Company),  1930-06-21 
 845a Wax-ola Company; exterior window, Upper and Church Street,  1930-01-25 
 845b Wax-ola Company; exterior window, Upper and Church Street,  1930-01-25 
 850a Byrd Sign Company, 338 East Main; interior,  1930-12-22 
 850b Byrd Sign Company, 338 East Main; interior; model garage painted on walls,  1930-12-22 
 851 Graves Cox & Company, clothing company, 124-132 West Main; Goldsmith's Store sign in background; 136 West Main,  1930-12-20 
 853 Armour & Company (wholesale meats), 312 East Main; interior, meat locker,  1930-12-22 
 903a Junior League play: "Alice in Wonderland" (staged in Henry Clay High School auditorium),  1930-04-04 
 903b Junior League play: "Alice in Wonderland" (staged in Henry Clay High School auditorium),  1930-04-04 
 940 Brown Monument Works, 249 Walton Avenue; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 942 W.T. Congleton Company, 251 Walton Avenue; exterior,  1930-12-12 
 944a Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944b Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944c Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944d Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944e Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944f Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944g Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944h Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944i Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944j Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944k Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944l Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944m Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944n Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944o Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944p Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944q Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944r Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 944s Men and horses; Teleworthy,  1930-12-10 
 945a Air Way Super Heater Company,  1930-12-16 
 945b Air Way Super Heater Company; boiler room,  1930-12-16 
 945c Air Way Super Heater Company,  1930-12-16 
 945d Air Way Super Heater Company,  1930-12-16 
 948a Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" in a convertible with a promotional sign on his back and along side of car,  1930-12-06 
 948b Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" in a convertible with a promotional sign on his back and along side of car,  1930-12-06 
 948c Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" in a convertible with a promotional sign on his back and along side of car,  1930-12-06 
 948d Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" in a convertible with a promotional sign on his back and along side of car,  1930-12-06 
 948e Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" with a sign propped up against car, he points to it with a cane,  1930-12-06 
 948f Kentucky Theatre (movie theater); promotion for "Raffles" (1930), man dressed as character "Raffles" with a sign propped up against car, he points to it with a cane,  1930-12-06 
 952a Meyers Brothers (278 West Main and Mill Streets), exterior (Christmas sale); large group gathered in front of store,  1930-12-04 
 952b Meyers Brothers (278 West Main and Mill Streets), exterior,  1930-12-04 
 952c Meyers Brothers (278 West Main and Mill Streets), exterior (Christmas sale); large group gathered in front of store,  1930-12-04 
 952d Meyers Brothers (278 West Main and Mill Streets), exterior,  1930-12-04 
 952e Meyers Brothers (278 West Main and Mill Streets), exterior (Christmas sale); large group gathered in front of store,  1930-12-04 
 954a Montgomery Ward Company, 230-232 East Main; interior, women's' department,  1930-12-01 
 954b Montgomery Ward Company, 230-232 East Main; interior,  1930-12-01 
 954c Montgomery Ward Company, 230-232 East Main; interior, storage area (mailroom?),  1930-12-01 
 954d Montgomery Ward Company, 230-232 East Main; interior, auto accessories department,  1930-12-01 
 954e Montgomery Ward Company, 230-232 East Main; interior, home furnishings department,  1930-12-01 
 957a Winchester Meat Market, interior,  1930-11-24 
 957b Winchester Meat Market, meat counter,  1930-11-24 
 958a Fayette County Courthouse seen from the Corner of Main and Upper Streets; second tallest building can been in background; Southern Brothers 122 North Upper, Standard Company 112 North Upper, Gulf Petroleum Tanker Truck parked in front of courthouse,  1930-11-14 
 958b Sayre College, 194 North Limestone; exterior, front,  1930-11-14 
 958c Sayre College, 194 North Limestone; exterior, front,  1930-11-14 
 959a Louisville Courier-Journal newsboys,  1930-11-14 
 959b Louisville Courier-Journal newsboys,  1930-11-14 
 961 Fair Stone, department store, 146 West Main; exterior (Partial view of Diamond Brothers, Basset's),  1930-11-24 
 962a Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); exterior,  1930-11-20 
 962b Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); open field,  1930-11-20 
 962c Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); exterior,  1930-11-20 
 962d Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); interior, Fairbanks-Morse machines,  1930-11-20 
 962e Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); courthouse, town square,  1930-11-20 
 962f Texas Louisiana Power Company (Columbia, Kentucky); courthouse, town square,  1930-11-20 
 963a Winchester Restaurant (Quick Lunch); exterior,  1930-11-19 
 963b Winchester Restaurant (Quick Lunch); exterior,  1930-11-19 
 964a Leslie J. Combs; horse,  1930-11-18 
 964b Combs, Leslie J.; horse,  1930-11-18 
 964c Combs, Leslie J.; horse,  1930-11-18 
 964d Combs, Leslie J.; horse,  1930-11-18 
 966 Tayor Tire Company, East Vine and Southeastern Avenue; Opening Day, interior,  1930-11-17 
 970a Dunn Drug, 290 South Limestone, exterior window (Colgate, Palmolive displays),  1930-11-13 
 970b Dunn Drug; 290 South Limestone, exterior window,  1930-11-13 
 970c Dunn Drug, 290 South Limestone; exterior window (Chesterfield Display),  1930-11-13 
 971 Cox, Mrs. C.G.; claw-foot table,  1930-11-14 
 972a Ben Ali Theatre (movie theater), 121 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated to promote "The Big Trail" (1930),  1930-11-11 
 972b Ben Ali Theatre (movie theater), 121 East Main, exterior; lobby entrance decorated to promote "The Big Trail" (1930),  1930-11-11 
 972c Kentucky Theatre (m