The cornerstone of every neighborhood is a school, including Louisville, Kentucky’s Parkland.
The Moser Leather Company was one of New Albany, Indiana’s five leather companies during the early-20th century.
The Flemingsburg and Northern Railroad existed from the Louisville & Nashville line at Flemingsburg Junction, Kentucky to Hillsboro.
Couldn’t make the June 2011 meet for the Klotz Throwing Company? Looking to explore and photograph the last standing original silk mill intact in the US?
Before modern medicine, there was Hazelwood Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky.
There is something to be said for hiking in before sunrise into the largest collection of abandonments in the United States: the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
All that is left of Parker Tobacco Company is the front facade.
A lazy afternoon, random Cincinnati photographs.
A rural Dearborn County, Indiana residence provides a stark contrast between the size of houses then and today.
The Waldo Hotel was one of West Virginia’s premier hotels – now abandoned.