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ark:/16417/th72hhhg1k9nxCaptain S. B. Logan, fire marshal, inspecting fire damaged premises at 1200 West High street August 31, 1949. Arson suspected.
ark:/16417/th71drckx1z3gCity Fireman W. D. Stephenson and W. A. Short looking at some baby food in apartment of Mrs. Henry Spencer, 2 West High street. Mrs. Spencer called firemen after she found she was locked out of her third-floor apartment. July 1, 1949
ark:/16417/th75wh37bt2dvDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street.
ark:/16417/th7dcbwgd31f9Damage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7lncs2gp83nDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th719xtnhlqc7Damage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71kxc5ql1fwDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th716flwzcq6mDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7v2jgvnl21dDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71nfpcbkdxtDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7ws50l1j9klDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7134wc7dp7xDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th713s10q6frwDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th719blt7k21gDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. John Boyd, mechanic, inspecting his locker. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7jxfnzsc5ccDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. M.T. Cunningham, inspecting his tool box. Hugh Phillips, mechanic's helper, and Earl J. Phillips, his brother. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7mz9zqdlkkwDamage from a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Two men examining truck, where fire originated. Left, Milton K. Dunn and June Coleman mechanics at the garage. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7hn4zhd6cclEdward F. Jacobs and his secretary, Mrs. Mary Ritchie in new quarters of Employers Council of Kentucky at 137 East High street.
ark:/16417/th75lf09sv9m3Exterior of a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71ldd9szl48Exterior of a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7114zr71wplExterior of a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7sx1ljsbqk0Exterior of a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71pxtbjltzzExterior of a fire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th718vwnn6smzFayette Coal and Feed Company's coal storehouse, 885 West High street, following windstorm in March, 1945. The roof was blown off of the building following a wind storm with wind speeds up to 25 miles per hour. The roof was picked up and then dropped onto two houses at 857 and 859 West High street. Close up shot of the blown off roof.
ark:/16417/th71c3th38cbgFayette Coal and Feed Company's coal storehouse, 885 West High street, following windstorm in March, 1945. The roof was blown off of the building following a wind storm with wind speeds up to 25 miles per hour. The roof was picked up and then dropped onto two houses at 857 and 859 West High street. Man inspects from ground level the blown off roof.
ark:/16417/th71dqh2fb85dFire at L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Exterior of building covered in ice.
ark:/16417/th71j1ggvng6gFire at L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Interior of building covered in ice.
ark:/16417/th713zfskktrgFire at L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. One of the privately owned automobiles damaged in the fire.
ark:/16417/th790g06dj6qlFire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Fireman with hose. January 21, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7lrpz7ft7lbFire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Flames and smoke coming out of the building.
ark:/16417/th7sh2m3s516tFire at the L. R. Cooke Chevrolet Company, 180 East High Street. Flames and smoke coming out of the building. January 21, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7ps6l6h83kjFiremen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th71011v07m22Firemen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th7h5xh6vj888Firemen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th7h3bqb6c3nxFiremen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th7sx08nf4wsgFiremen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th71l84vn1gkqHouse at 324 West High street where Daniel Bradford in 1819 designed the symbol of the Democratic party, a crowing rooster, for use in his newspaper, the Lexington Public Advertiser.
ark:/16417/th76m0rs25bqqImproperly parked cars on High street following lifting of recently-imposed one-way traffic regulation.
ark:/16417/th71qqmj7bnn4Inquiring Reporter gets preferences as to holiday drinks. Glenn Hummel, 529 West High street.
ark:/16417/th7l63khb09mbInquiring Reporter gets preferences as to holiday drinks. Raymond Serafini, 303 West High street.
ark:/16417/th7jmdqv8c7z2Inquiring Reporter is told housecleaning husbands don't grumble. Mrs. Robert Sharpe, 623 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th71k43x3bg7kInquiring Reporter is told jazz and classical music tops hillbilly tunes. Peggy Gray, 633 East High street.
ark:/16417/th77l5g6d9hwcLloyd Lindsey, 623 West High Street, pictured with midget tractor he has assembled.
ark:/16417/th71h3l7qv0t1Lloyd Lindsey, 623 West High street, pictured with midget tractor he has assembled. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7g054krbfxdLloyd Lindsey, 623 West High Street, pictured with midget tractor he has assembled. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th716mw4hrtv9Lloyd Lindsey, 623 West High Street, pictured with midget tractor he has assembled. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7162js3swwbNew L. R. Cooke Implement Company, 1060 West High street.
ark:/16417/th718d7cd8jffOut of a series on Lexington landmarks. Building at southwest corner of High Street and Limestone Street. Former home of Joseph Ficklin where Jefferson Davis lived as a student.
ark:/16417/th7mjfk2cf9khPatrolmen Gilbert Hay, left and Jesse Williams Jr. pictured with slot machine seized in raid on 401 East High street. Clarence Shanks charged with possession. August, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7bd90dggxgqPatrolmen Gilbert Hay, left, and Jesse Williams Jr. pictured with slot machines seized in raid on 401 East High street. Clarence Shanks charged with possession.
ark:/16417/th7jrnh179q9zRed fox in trees on Chamber of Commerce lot, east High street
ark:/16417/th73x7bc575lgResurfacing East High street Viaduct July 1, 1949
ark:/16417/th71lwl44pdv2Scenes as local stockyards are swamped by all-time high run of cattle to market. Line of trucks on West High Street.