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Louisville, KY., In 1850. (Printed verso reads: "This view, made from a picture found in the cornerstone of the Old Masonic Temple, shows North side of Main St. from 3rd St., about 1850, showing two-horse tandem drays then used for hauling hogsheads of tobacco etc. In the foreground is shown the omnibus driven from Louisville to Portland by Jim Porter the famous Kentucky giant. The building where steps are shown, now remodeled is still occupied by the Bank of Kentucky. This was probably one of the first photographs taken in Louisville.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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