History of the Parkland Neighborhood

Ohio River Sand Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926

Dublin Core

Title

Ohio River Sand Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926

Subject

Industry; Sand; Bridges; Transportation; Rivers; Waterfronts; Big Four Bridge

Description

Address: 129-133 River Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Sand is heaped in piles at the Ohio River Sand Company along the Ohio River. Industrial equipment, buildings and utility lines mark the property. A fuel company boat is docked along the river and another boat with smoke coming out of its smoke stack is in the middle of the river. The Big Four Bridge can be seen in the distance connecting Louisville with Jeffersonville, Indiana.

Creator

Caufield and Shook (photographer)

Source

http://digital.library.louisville.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/cs/id/1393/rec/1

Publisher

University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections

Date

1926

Rights

University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections

Identifier

CS.074515

Files

http://history.library.louisville.edu/omeka/files/original/bf3848d40ed59838c4017c3855f6a7f0.jpg

Citation

Caufield and Shook (photographer), “Ohio River Sand Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926,” History of the Parkland Neighborhood, accessed February 29, 2024, http://exhibit.parklandhistory.org/cms/items/show/118.