History of the Parkland Neighborhood

Five boys with bicycles in front of Louisville Free Public Library main branch, 1921.

Dublin Core

Title

Five boys with bicycles in front of Louisville Free Public Library main branch, 1921.

Subject

Boys
Bicycles & tricycles
Louisville Free Public Library
Group portraits
Buildings
People
Transportation
Jefferson County (Ky.)
Louisville (Ky.)
Central Business District (Louisville, Ky.)
Old Louisville (Louisville, Ky.)
York Street (Louisville, Ky.)

Description

Address: 301 York Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Five boys pose in front of the Louisville Free Public Library on York Street. They each have a bicycle with a headlight, horn, and water bottle. The boys are dressed in white shirts with ties, short pants, stockings and shoes. Three of the five wear caps. Another little boy sits on the library steps and watches. Louisville Free Public Library was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Date

1921-07-16

Contributor

Caufield & Shook (photographer)

Identifier

ULPA CS 037442

Files

http://history.library.louisville.edu/omeka/files/original/71ade99f6152082f5a7b130f889db772.jpg

Collection

Citation

“Five boys with bicycles in front of Louisville Free Public Library main branch, 1921.,” History of the Parkland Neighborhood, accessed June 19, 2024, https://exhibit.parklandhistory.org/cms/items/show/38.