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ark:/16417/th7rl46rn68fsCar in which two Chicanos received minor injuries at West Third and Georgetown streets. George Parrott Jr., University of Kentucky (UK) student, arrested in case.
ark:/16417/th71kf3gk9xlmCar in which two Chicanos received minor injuries at West Third and Georgetown streets. George Parrott Jr., University of Kentucky (UK) student, arrested in case. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7g0fbm033nfCurbless corner at North Limestone and Third streets, a pedestrian hazard.Image
ark:/16417/th719qc1vxk83Curbless corner at North Limestone and Third streets, a pedestrian hazard. January 1949Image
ark:/16417/th71g6xm1brjdCurbless corner at North Limestone and Third streets, a pedestrian hazard. Picture is a different angle of intersection, facing the Shell gas station. January 1949Image
ark:/16417/th7d8m94bn6kmCurbless corner at North Limestone and Third streets, a pedestrian hazard. Picture is a different angle of intersection, facing the Shell gas station. January 1949Image
ark:/16417/th77vflfmh55bDetective Sergeant Stanley Hadley at headquarters December 15, 1948 with loot of juvenile theft ring said to have been operated with George Fain, who runs a gas station at Third and Walnut streets, as "fence."
ark:/16417/th71n2q89hqbrDetective Sergeant Stanley Hadley at headquarters December 15, 1948 with loot of juvenile theft ring said to have been operated with George Fain, who runs a gas station at Third and Walnut streets, as "fence."
ark:/16417/th713q04f2s5bExterior of Lyric theater for African Americans. Located on the corner of Dewees and Third streets.
ark:/16417/th71qxd7xc1szExterior of Lyric theater for African Americans. Located on the corner of Dewees and Third streets. December 1948.
ark:/16417/th7512zbr8rpjExterior view of Lyric Theater, Third and DeWeese streets at night. December 1949.
ark:/16417/th713sfmgt7rpFactory building at 767 East Third street, erected by William T. Young, World War II veteran, for manufacture of peanut butter.
ark:/16417/th73s0fn8ttjxFiremen on East Third street washing gasoline off the street. A gasoline truck with about 2200 gallons of gas had attempted to unload at a service station, when a car ran over the hose and caused the gas to flood onto the pavement.Image
ark:/16417/th7qb77jjl9t2George Walston Jr., right, manager, Lyric Theater for African Americans at Third and Deweese streets, and John Twyman, assistant manager.
ark:/16417/th71mfs3zmdhsGilbert Ray Roberts, right, 664 North Upper Street, adjusts the headgear on James Fox, 531 Third Street, prior to a sparring session between the two. They are among several Golden Gloves candidates working out daily in the gym at the Charles Young Community Center, 540 East Third Street. Roberts was runner-up in the open featherweight division of last year's Golden Gloves tournament. Fox, who never has competed before, is entered in the novice middleweight class this year.Image
ark:/16417/th78lqz54qdp5Gordie and Grant, two members of the famous eight-horse hitch owned by the Anheuser-Busch brewery of Saint Louis as they received expert grooming while stabled at a Lexington service station, Third and Jefferson streets. The grooms are Pete Binning, Whitey Mueller and Tom Lambing, all of Saint Louis. All horses are Clydesdales.
ark:/16417/th71nlxc6zc6hHoles on East Third street near Walton Avenue caused by heavy rains. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7czj9k5g0rcInquiring Reporter finds that Henry Clay is given edge in game with Lafayette. Gene Sanders, 531 W. Third street, Henry Clay student.Image
ark:/16417/th7lrp3w537m8Inquiring Reporter gets views on New Year's resolutions. Orin Wells, 1413 Third street.
ark:/16417/th78qkm7z6jcgLyric theater for African Americans. Located on the corner of Dewees and Third streets. December 1948.
ark:/16417/th72s0vq34qfzOne of a series on Lexington landmarks. Gideon Shryock's memorial to his parents in the old Episcopal cemetery on East Third Street.
ark:/16417/th7gdmd0nsf03One of a series on Lexington landmarks. Gideon Shryock's memorial to his parents in the old Episcopal cemetery on East Third Street. October, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7100bpk04l3Paul Rehm, 146 East Third street, young Lexington attorney (right), yesterday was appointed assistant treasurer by State Treasurer Edward F. Seiller (left). Rehm, a graduate of the University of Kentucky, has been practicing law here since early in 1946 when he was discharged from the Army. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rehm of Lexington.Image
ark:/16417/th775cl9tcxrnPhyllis Wince only one injured in this collision between an automobile and a truck at Third and Broadway. Curtis Mann was driver of car and Harry Rust was driver of truck.
ark:/16417/th711hjd6cxgfPhyllis Wince only one injured in this collision between an automobile and a truck at Third and Broadway. Curtis Mann was driver of car and Harry Rust was driver of truck. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th79cc4j5kgwdPhyllis Wince only one injured in this collision between an automobile and a truck at Third and Broadway. Curtis Mann was driver of car and Harry Rust was driver of truck. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71ppq3qhvmkPictures in connection with heavy rain. Police patrol car going through water standing on Third street near Midland.Image
ark:/16417/th71hj5hp83vjPiles of poles in warehouse yard of Lexington Telephone Company on 576 East Third Street. Part of this equipment may have to be sold to get cash, company says.
ark:/16417/th71bxwh5z8mvPortrait of Marjorie Ann Davis receiving instructions from father, I.A. Davis, 510 West Third Street, on how to plant cabbage.
ark:/16417/th7v9dr40mlt0Reels of cables in warehouse yard of Lexington Telephone Company on 576 East Third Street. Part of this equipment may have to be sold to get cash, company says.
ark:/16417/th714hpw3cxflRoundhouse Pond on East Third Street, for years a fishing and swimming spot, being drained.
ark:/16417/th7zd7h292lgjRoundhouse Pond on East Third Street, for years a fishing and swimming spot, being drained. April, 1948.
ark:/16417/th72wbv2vmdtrSexton's lodge in old Episcopal cemetery on East Third street between Walnut and Dewees.
ark:/16417/th71c8s19wz8mSexton's lodge in old Episcopal cemetery on East Third street between Walnut and Dewees. September, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71wfgv2hwq6Snow scene at James Lane Allen memorial in Gratz park. Mary Lynne Davis, 436 West Third street next to memorial.
ark:/16417/th7gk75zj1w2hStaircase in building being demolished at Third and Dewees Streets. Used to start a series of articles and pictures on Lexington landmarks.
ark:/16417/th71kqcvdk9qpStaircase in building being demolished at Third and Dewees Streets. Used to start a series of articles and pictures on Lexington landmarks. September, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7h3d9nxkz69Staircase in building being demolished at Third and Dewees Streets. Used to start a series of articles and pictures on Lexington landmarks. September, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7tvpxx23n2nThe Kawneer Company, 817 East Third Street. Taken for Promotion Department, March 1949.
ark:/16417/th7x34902fzbcThree men stand around a projector at the Lyric Theater, which is located on the corners of Third and Deweese streets. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7p8rtlpbbbxWreckage of car that missed turn at Midland avenue and Third street.