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ark:/16417/th71bwl2qt47dAutomobile, involved in accident at Maxwell street and Lexington avenue, in yard of Phi Delta Theta fraternity house.
ark:/16417/th7x5mf7811btAutomobile, involved in accident at Maxwell street and Lexington avenue, in yard of Phi Delta Theta fraternity house.
ark:/16417/th76w4grtkx46Car after jumping curb and crashing into front of grocery at South Upper and West Maxwell streets. This car driven by Mrs. Wallace Kelly. Driver of car she struck was Jefferson Dunn. Walter Williams was the owner of grocery.Image
ark:/16417/th73vlzp1fkh7Changes in last 4 years in teaching methods. Close up shot of girls playing during recess at Maxwell Street school. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7177qvqr3hdChanges in last 4 years in teaching methods. Close up shot of girls playing kickball at Maxwell Street school. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th713qb73zczhChanges in last 4 years in teaching methods. Girls playing kickball at Maxwell Street school.
ark:/16417/th7xt1jwrdmcrChanges in last 4 years in teaching methods. Girls playing kickball at Maxwell Street school. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7139fv549hlFront view of the new sanctuary at Maxwell Street Presbyterian church. February, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7zt4stvw96nGrant Nealis, 14, standing, and Robert Williams, 14, with snow house they built in the Nealis yard, 822 West Maxwell street.
ark:/16417/th77j3sp0l81dJ.W. Berry, Earl McDaniel, and John Bearney, members of First Aid Squad of Lexington Fire Department, pictured in vain attempt to save life of drowning victim at Castlewood pool. Victim was Wilson Reese, 11, 209 East Maxwell Street.
ark:/16417/th71jd33l4gntJ.W. Berry, Earl McDaniel, and John Bearney, members of First Aid Squad of Lexington Fire Department, pictured in vain attempt to save life of drowning victim at Castlewood pool. Victim was Wilson Reese, 11, 209 East Maxwell Street. Shot of victim and firefighters from different angle.
ark:/16417/th71bmzwv9kdgJohn McCauley house at 319 Lexington avenue sold for $18,825 July 15, 1946 to Mrs. Agnes S. Cooper, 200 East Maxwell Street. John McMurtry believed to have been architect. Now occupied by Chi Omega sorority.
ark:/16417/th7zxf6nskgxxJohn McCauley house at 319 Lexington avenue sold for $18,825 July 15, 1946 to Mrs. Agnes S. Cooper, 200 East Maxwell Street. John McMurtry believed to have been architect. Now occupied by Chi Omega sorority.
ark:/16417/th7h2m8vd6h0pMaxwell street as repaving project by Carey Construction Company starts.
ark:/16417/th719q1p3q17qMaxwell street as repaving project by Carey Construction Company starts. August, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7pmqg15xb12Maxwell street as repaving project by Carey Construction Company starts. August, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7wqpzbbw8kwMaxwell Street Presbyterian church Cub Scouts examine a movie projector. Robert Roberts, Herky Rupp, Bobby Sparks and Bobby Kanarek.Image
ark:/16417/th71rll76d4brNew sanctuary at Maxwell Street Presbyterian church.
ark:/16417/th7z9d4rmfsbbSide view of the new sanctuary at Maxwell Street Presbyterian church. February, 1948.
ark:/16417/th718c034mgh6The old Dudley School property, on the northeast corner of Mill and Maxwell streets, was sold at public auction by the city board of education. The structure was built in 1881. January 22, 1941.
ark:/16417/th71jv8l71m7jTobacco on floor at Clay Number 1 warehouse. Levi Willison, Bellmount Farm, Fayette county, and Earl Elliott, 230 West Maxwell street. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7s63j76fw6hVisual education program in city schools. "Streamliner" constructed by pupils at Maxwell Street school.
ark:/16417/th7gnx532l6z7Workmen starting to repair paving on West Maxwell street.
ark:/16417/th7x1q19fgnp3Workmen starting to repair paving on West Maxwell street. July, 1948.