Most of these homes are all still standing, the exception being the
fourth. It burned during the late 1970s.
Louisville residents may notice that across the street, many of the
houses still had not been built in this view which actually dates to the
late 1890s (ca. 1897). This is best seen on the enlargement. The land on
the north part of the east side of the block had been a dairy farm until
the mid 1890s, and some of the present houses from that part of the
block were not built until the late 1890s to early 1900s.
card is from the Saturday Evening Post series. To get this card, the
instructions were: "To get them cut a post card coupon from the want
page of The Evening Post, for each coupon you get one post card.
Without coupon, price is one cent for each card."