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ark:/16417/th7c6jwmnq03fA picture from the third floor of the First National Bank building looking south toward the intersection of South Upper and Main Street showing cars running both ways, which was the last day on which this could take place. Image
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/th78ks7vq16dvChief of Police Austin B. Price, Identification Chief Guy Maupin, right, and his assistant, Frank Gravitt, center, breaking up slot machines confiscated at 202 South Upper street and at Bolivar and Upper streets.
ark:/16417/th7mf3r5cx3z6Chief of Police Austin B. Price, Identification Chief Guy Maupin, right, and his assistant, Frank Gravitt, center, breaking up slot machines confiscated at 202 South Upper street and at Bolivar and Upper streets. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7qd3tqf13d1Christmas pictures. Crowd at Main Street (Lexington, Ky.) and Upper Street (Lexington, Ky.). December, 1949.
ark:/16417/th7v1mwn420hsFireman Cecil Lowen, No. 4 company, at a fire at Marshall-Featherston Garage, 168 North Upper street. Damage estimated at approximately $100. February, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7flfcrxfgqrFiremen working on roof of building at 110 North Upper street, where fire, originating in attic, did small damage.
ark:/16417/th7kt8vmw0xg0First National Bank and Trust Company celebrates the 75th anniversary of their founding on April 1, 1865. A special ceremony was held at the bank on March 31, 1940. Photograph of J.C. Nichols, executive vice president of the bank, pictured in his office on the first floor of the bank's building at Main and Upper streets. March, 1940.
ark:/16417/th75llmcbtnhkHoles on South Upper street caused by heavy rains.
ark:/16417/th7qz21wzsf14Holes on South Upper street caused by heavy rains. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th71cm01rdwxhJames E. Neace, 380 South Upper street, pictured with pen and ink sketches made during tour in France and England with hospital unit.
ark:/16417/th7b2736kz6dlNew United States citizens naturalized in the United States District Court, L to R: Miss Phyllis Rogers Martin, 21, an Asbury College student who was born in Manchuria as a British subject; Mrs. Rose Kravets, 42, Georgetown, a native of Russia; Miss Emma Anna Voden, 33, Berea College student, born in Austria; and Carlos Manuel Miyares, 46, 524 North Upper Street, native of Cuba.
ark:/16417/th7nkqn4tsr8fSeized bookie and gambling paraphernalia pictured. Taken from cafe at South Upper and Bolivar streets.Image
ark:/16417/th71cfnsfnl3nSeries of Lexington landmarks Tammany group meeting place, Vine and Upper Streets.
ark:/16417/th712nnth65mdSeries of Lexington landmarks Tammany group meeting place, Vine and Upper Streets. October, 1947.
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/th71mm1jgct73The intersection at Short and Upper streets with cars and pedestrians.
ark:/16417/th71m690qjw5hTomb uncovered by workmen in rear of North Upper street house designated by C. Frank Dunn as old cesspool.