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Pic 10.043: Roy Maraman and his first Funeral Home automobile hearse. 1929, Shepherdsville.
Pic 10.045: Flood in Shepherdsville. Shows Masonic Lodge at Highway 44 and Main (Buckman) Streets.
Pic 10.046: Ad for Samuels Motor Company in Lebanon Junction selling Ford cars. 1929.
Pic 10.047: Ad in Shepherdsville High School annual 1929. Shepherdsville Roller Mills, W. A. Ice, Proprietor. Flour mill. Established 1915.
Pic 10.050: Group photo. Probably a family photo.
Pic 10.051: Mysterious stone foundation being laid. Where is it? What is it?
Pic 10.052: Flooded farm. See also photo #10025 and 10108.
Pic 10.053: Elephant at Bardstown Junction. Story goes, let off circus train for exercise?
Pic 10.054: Flooded town.
Pic 10.056: Prefabs Replace Depots. Photo and news clip about the old railroad depots being replaced by prefab buildings.
Pic 10.057: Map detail. Area of Kings Church Rd. & Hiway 44 East. Named items: Dutchman Creek (became Dutchman Creek Rd.), Rubin Fiddler, King, O'Bryan, Nutt, Alloway, Collings, Taylorsville Road, Henry Taylor (Tyler?).
Pic 10.059: Two story frame building. Photographer sign on wall. see also photo # 10064.
Pic 10.063: Maccabee Hall (called a tent) in Mt. Washington. Three story building was a social focal point for many years. See also photo 10136.