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ark:/16417/th7r6x376k4h1A one way sign for Short Street from the one-way street plan.
ark:/16417/th71pgfrkj5gbBill Shea (top) and Jack Ennis (below), of Lexington Fire Department, pictured removing accumulation of ice from building at 34 West Short street.Image
ark:/16417/th7bc33cqb4bnCrowd at auction of Hotel Drake, 317 West Short Street. Sam B. Downing was auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hiles, Anderson, Ind., purchased property at $157,000.
ark:/16417/th719sr5698lqCrowd at auction of Hotel Drake, 317 West Short Street. Sam B. Downing was auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hiles, Anderson, Ind., purchased property at $157,000. December, 1946.
ark:/16417/th7896b9g0k2sDrake hotel, 317 West Short Street, which will be sold at public auction Wednesday.
ark:/16417/th71lrr5z2w0cDrake hotel, 317 West Short street, which will be sold at public auction Wednesday. December, 1946.
ark:/16417/th7qkr6npj8mqFire guts plant at Kentucky Tire Company, 300 East Short street. October, 1946.
ark:/16417/th7ptzcjzjnkmFive-inch praying mantis found on sidewalk on Short street.
ark:/16417/th7fsg1tkb1mpFive-inch praying mantis found on sidewalk on Short street. August, 1947.
ark:/16417/th715x4xszc9bGeorge S. Wetherby, Zeke Dexter, and H.A. (Andy) Anderson discuss plans for Golden Gloves tournament. George S. Wetherby, left, state athletic commissioner, goes over plans for the Golden Gloves tournament here January 16-24 with Patrolmen Zeke Dexter, center, and H.A. (Andy) Anderson. Dexter and Anderson both are members of Blue Grass Lodge No. 4, Fraternal Order of Police. The FOP is co-sponsor with the Lexington Herald-Leader of this winter's renewal of the Golden Gloves set-up. The boss of all amateur sports in Kentucky was highly enthusiastic over indications for the ninth annual Golden Gloves tourney here and said he would be back when the boys begin their bouts at Woodland auditorium. Dexter is director of the free boxing school sponsored by the FOP at its gym, 351 1/2 West Short Street, and also is youth program director for the organization.Image
ark:/16417/th7m93b610nrnInjured in bar room fight. Jack Lewis Cooper on sidewalk in front of Short Street inn, after being injured in fight. County Patrol Chief Walter R. Franklin taking Cooper's pulse.
ark:/16417/th71qqbzfwt6sInjured in bar room fight. Jack Lewis Cooper on sidewalk in front of Short Street inn, after being injured in fight. January, 1949.
ark:/16417/th74j3wmchpstJim Warder, left, and "Skip" Taylor, both University of Kentucky students, are in training for The Herald-Leader Golden Gloves tournament, scheduled next week at Woodland auditorium. Warder, who lives at 140 Chestnault Road, won the novice bantamweight championship last year, but has lost enough poundage to make him an open flyweight this year. He is a pre-dental major at UK. Taylor, who is from Plainfield, NJ, is an industrial-chemistry major at the University. He is a bantamweight. Both are working out at the gym operated by Blue Grass Lodge No. 4, Fraternal Order of Police, 351 1/2 West Short Street.Image
ark:/16417/th71p9j7s03ldLexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street.
ark:/16417/th71k8db6pzgqLexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th712m5bwk1p9Lexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th710fsz1dp5bLexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71mw9t7nrlqLexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71mv6fqkdh9Lexington Army and Air Force recruiting district's pre-induction examination center, 152 East Short street. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71pmm99khl0Noon hour traffic jam on Short street.Image
ark:/16417/th7153wnskb6sOfficial car double parked on West Short street.
ark:/16417/th71n3ssvzndjPortrait of Edward Sharpe. Welterweight Edward Sharpe, Payne's Depot, who is regarded as one of the best prospects in the school. The free instruction provided at the FOP under experienced teachers is sponsored by Blue Grass Lodge No. 4, Fraternal Order of Police, at its gym, 351 1/2 West Short Street. Almost all of the boys have indicated that they will enter the Golden Gloves tournament.Image
ark:/16417/th7rd10dm78nwPortrait of Edward Sharpe. Welterweight Edward Sharpe, Payne's Depot, who is regarded as one of the best prospects in the school. The free instruction provided at the FOP under experienced teachers is sponsored by Blue Grass Lodge No. 4, Fraternal Order of Police, at its gym, 351 1/2 West Short Street. Almost all of the boys have indicated that they will enter the Golden Gloves tournament. December, 1949.Image
ark:/16417/th716n1lbxnc9Portrait of Russell McNeal. Three of the Golden Glovers above are students at Dunbar High School and will make their first tries for Golden Gloves glory in the tournament next week at Woodland auditorium. Russell McNeal, upper left, 344 East Short Street, is the third representative from Dunbar. He is a lightweight. Only two more days remain for amateur boxers to register in the tournament; the deadline for entries is Tuesday.Image
ark:/16417/th71gm420nz23Robert (Dinky) DeMarco, student pointing, and Andrew Eokdahl, reporter at scene of St. Paul's school on West Short street that was damaged by fire.
ark:/16417/th71n5j9jh5s3Sale of old Leland hotel property, 114 West Short street, operated as the Milner hotel by B. F. Buckley Jr. and Lee Land Hanks, to group headed by Roy Haddix announced. Will be known as Charlotte hotel after remodeling.
ark:/16417/th73h4z46v1k7Scenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Bus station cafeteria. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7104ql5kjlcScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Bus station cafeteria. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7xzn5mbr961Scenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Bus station cafeteria. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th72b06xtvzvgScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Bus station cafeteria. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71mmjzpm0cnScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Front view of Terminal. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7vmhh722l0qScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Front view of Terminal. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7hgxnjfbwqvScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Front view of Terminal. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7194rtc2fw2Scenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Workers finish waiting room. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71hzvvh15qzScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Workers finish waiting room. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7mr6mtdptswScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Workers finish waiting room. November, 1948.Image
ark:/16417/th7g7hxt1g9kcShelby Spencer splicing wires in a manhole at Short and Upper streets in connection with installation for Lexington Telephone Company of new dial system.
ark:/16417/th71hd74sktk1St. Paul's school on West Short Street damaged by fire. Fireman putting hose through second floor window.
ark:/16417/th71mm1jgct73The intersection at Short and Upper streets with cars and pedestrians.
ark:/16417/th7176xjcfmjrWallace (Wah Wah) Jones distributing tickets to Olympians basketball game at Orphan Home on West Short street. Mrs. George Lee, matron, in center of picture. Game is sponsored by Kiwanis Club
ark:/16417/th71c9vsr3j8gWhite house facing Rice road, on the property of Willaim Stoll and opposite the grandstand of Keeneland Race Course, is one mentioned in the Fayette grand jury's report as a building connected by a leased private telephone to 138 West Short street, the central office of the Blue Grass Sports Review.
ark:/16417/th7xc6blfrc3cWhite house facing Rice road, on the property of Willaim Stoll and opposite the grandstand of Keeneland Race Course, is one mentioned in the Fayette grand jury's report as a building connected by a leased private telephone to 138 West Short street, the central office of the Blue Grass Sports Review. April, 1947.