34th Street

During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Kentucky predominantly relied on coal for heat. Using carts or wagons, workers would deliver the coal through chutes into the basements of homes and businesses. The coal would fall into a bin near the furnace ready for use. Many had shapes filled with glass allowing the light to …

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Founded in 1849, the Snead & Co. Iron Works manufactured decorative and architectural cast iron throughout Louisville and much of the region. Many buildings throughout the city boast their markings on fences, tree grates, doorways, and buildings. One of many late night google searches led me to an image with this design and at the …

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Louisville Coal Hole Cover, 3 of 3 Original Artwork made directly from a utility cover in Louisville, KY.

Hoe of Kentucky

Stopped in downtown Louisville to use the WiFi at Qdoba. Walked out and found this by the back door where a few employees were having a smoke break. They watched as we swept and started to ink the Kentucky blue. By the time we pulled the print and packed the car, the guys had called more …

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