History of the Parkland Neighborhood

Crowd on Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

Dublin Core

Title

Crowd on Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

Subject

Police;
Stores & shops;
Spectators;
People;
Buildings;

Description

Crowd of people outside Schneider's and Simon Cohen storefronts, Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky, possibly reacting to the shooting deaths of Captain Edward Parr and Detective William Mulligan at 11 a.m. on April 12, 1932. A man stands at front next to a loudspeaker. Handwritten on back of print: "Market Street, East 700 Block; Crowd in front of stores on South side of street at East end of block." Title supplied by cataloger.

Creator

R. G. Potter

Source

http://digital.library.louisville.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/potter/id/293/rec/1

Date

1932-04-12

Contributor

R. G. Potter Collection

Rights

http://digital.library.louisville.edu/cdm/description/collection/potter/#conditions

Identifier

ULPA P 03184

Files

http://history.library.louisville.edu/omeka/files/original/64b39e6529094a6407450a39eb278a72.jpg

Citation

R. G. Potter, “Crowd on Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.,” History of the Parkland Neighborhood, accessed July 23, 2024, https://exhibit.parklandhistory.org/cms/items/show/100.