Market House
Title:
Market House
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1915 Nov-29


Barkley Field, Municipal Airport
Title:
Barkley Field, Municipal Airport
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Named in 1949 in honor of Alben Barkley, Vice President of the United States.



McCracken County Courthouse
Title:
McCracken County Courthouse
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Fire Station No. 1 and City Hall
Title:
Fire Station No. 1 and City Hall
Paducah Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1922 Mar-11



Angles
Title:
Angles
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Vice-President Alben W. Barkley.


Alben W. Barkley Airport
Title:
Alben W. Barkley Airport
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Citizens' Savings Bank, Fourth and Broadway
Title:
Citizens' Savings Bank, Fourth and Broadway
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1943 Jun-8


Hotel Irvin Cobb
Title:
Hotel Irvin Cobb
Paducah Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1949 Mar-29

Description:
A grand view of Paducah and of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers may be had from the upper floors of this 200 room hostelry built to meet Paducah's increasing requirements for accommodating conventions...



Cartee Motel
Title:
Cartee Motel
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM Jan-23

Description:
Located on U. S.. Highways 60, 62 & 68 Modern, Air-Conditioned, Steam Heat, Showers, garages, Free radios, Next door to excellent restaurant. Twenty miles to Kentucky Lake. Phones 2-2449 or 3-5484 for reservations.


Hotel Irvin Cobb
Title:
Hotel Irvin Cobb
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen

Description:
A grand view off Paducah and of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers may be had from the upper floors of this 200 room hostelry, built to meet Paducah's increasing requirements for accommodating convention and transient visitors and named for her most illustrious son, Irvin Cobb. Wilson's Book & Stationery Store



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
In the heart of the friendly city at 727 Joe Clifton Drive.


Barkley Field, Municipal Airport
Title:
Barkley Field, Municipal Airport
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Steve Caldwell Named in Honor of Allen W. Barkley, Vice President of the United States.



The Atomic Energy Comission's Billion-Dollar Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Title:
The Atomic Energy Comission's Billion-Dollar Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
In McCracken County. The plant employs about 1,650 persons, and is one of the vital plants in the nation's atomic program. More than 25,000 construction workers built the plant in 1951-54. Union Carbide Nuclear Company, a division of Union Carbide Corporation operates the plant for the Atomic Energy Commission. Wilson's Book & Stationery Store


Rose Motel - 2504 Bridge Street
Title:
Rose Motel - 2504 Bridge Street
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Rose Motel is strictly modern, with all city conveniences. A pleasant drive to beautiful Kentucky Lake, the largest man-made lake in the world. Air Conditioned - City Water - Phone 21601



Broadway
Title:
Broadway
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


Tie Fleet, Paducah Harbor
Title:
Tie Fleet, Paducah Harbor
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-8



Carnegie Public Library
Title:
Carnegie Public Library
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-27


Carnegie Public Library
Title:
Carnegie Public Library
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-14



I.C.R.R. Shops
Title:
I.C.R.R. Shops
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Holiday Inn of Paducah
Title:
Holiday Inn of Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
727 Joe Clifton Drive



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


Broadway
Title:
Broadway
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused



Market Building
Title:
Market Building
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


The Methodist Episcopal Church
Title:
The Methodist Episcopal Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-9



Broadway from 5th St. Looking toward the river
Title:
Broadway from 5th St. Looking toward the river
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-29


Hotel Oxford
Title:
Hotel Oxford
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



ICRR Shops
Title:
ICRR Shops
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Locomotives and cars from over the entire Illinois Central System are brought to these mammoth Paducah shops for rebuilding, remodeling and repairing. The huge plant begun in 1925 and covering 110 acres when completed cost $8,500,000, and is Paducah's largest single industry. There are 16 miles of railroad track within the shop and premises, 15 cranes, some large enough to lift a giant locomotive like a toy, 24 oil storage tanks with a capacity of 192,000 gallons and machine tools varying from tiny presses to monsters weighing 2100 tons


Western Baptist Hospital, 2501 Kentucky Avenue
Title:
Western Baptist Hospital, 2501 Kentucky Avenue
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Opened October 1953; 117 adult beds, 16 bassinets. Second and third floors for medical, surgical, pediatrics and maternity patients. Every room equipped with private toilet. First floor: operating rooms, laboratories, x-ray, pharmacy, chapel and coffee shop. Operated by The Hospital Commission of Kentucky Baptists. H.L. Dobbs, Executive Secretary, Louisville 4, Kentucky



Western Baptist Hospital
Title:
Western Baptist Hospital
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah, KY. Emmett R. Johnson, Administrator Opened October 1953; 117 adult beds, 16 bassinets. Second and third floors for medical, surgical, pediatrics and maternity patients. Every room equipped with private toilet. First floor: operating rooms, laboratories, x-ray, pharmacy, chapel and coffee shop. Operated by THE HOSPITAL COMMMISSION OF KENTUCKY BAPTISTS H. L. Dobbs, Executive Secretary LOUISVILLE 4, KENTUCKY


Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Title:
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on U. S. Hwy. 62, 9 miles west of Paducah, Ky. Organized in 1843 by pioneer Baptist missionaries. The current membership is approximately 325 members. The Church is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention



Broadway Methodist Church
Title:
Broadway Methodist Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1909 May-22


Hotel Palmer
Title:
Hotel Palmer
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen



Hotel Irvin Cobb
Title:
Hotel Irvin Cobb
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1939 Nov-19

Description:
A grand view of Paducah and of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers may be had from the upper floors of this new 200 room hostelry, built to meet Paducah's increasing requirements for accommodating convention and transient visitors, and named for her most illustrious son - Irvin Cobb


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome

Description:
727 Joe Clifton Drive. In the heart of the friendly city. 140 rooms



City of Beautiful Churches
Title:
City of Beautiful Churches
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church; First Baptist Church; First Christian Church; Broadway Methodist Church; First Presbyterian Church; Grace Episcopal Church


Hotel Irvin Cobb
Title:
Hotel Irvin Cobb
paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1945 Jan-16

Description:
A grand view of Paducah and of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers may be had from the upper floors of this new 200 room hostelry built to meet Paducah's increasing requirements for accommodating convention and transient visitors and named for her most illustrious son, Irvin Cobb E.C. Kropp



Junction Ohio and Tennessee Rivers
Title:
Junction Ohio and Tennessee Rivers
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Gen. George Rogers Clark landed on Owen's Island, opposite foot of Kentucky Avenue, June 28, 1778, enroute to capture Kaskaskia, Cahokia and Vincennes. The first white settlers came in 1821, and in 1827, Paducah was named for friendly Indian Chief Paduke, by General William Clark (of the Lewis and Clark expedition), who was the second white owner of this land


Paducah Wharf and Confluence of Ohio and Tennessee Rivers
Title:
Paducah Wharf and Confluence of Ohio and Tennessee Rivers
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-12

Description:
R. D. Clements& Co



Upper Broadway
Title:
Upper Broadway
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Broadway Mall is the new look in Paducah. It presents a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for downtown shoppers


Hotel Irvin Cobb
Title:
Hotel Irvin Cobb
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
A grand view of Paducah and of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers may be had from the upper floors of this 200 room hostelry, built to meet Paducah's increasing requirements for accommodating convention and transient visitors and named for her most illustrious son, Irvin Cobb. "Doorway to Kentucky Dam and Lake" Curt Teich & Co



The Metropolis of Western Kentucky
Title:
The Metropolis of Western Kentucky
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This view of Paducah, named for the Indian Chief Paduke, shows downtown Paducah and the Ohio River in the background. The Tennessee River flows into the Ohio at this point


Nelson's Alben Barkley Memorial Motel and Apts
Title:
Nelson's Alben Barkley Memorial Motel and Apts
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Telephones & T.V. Tubs and Large Showers. 2 Restaurants Near By. Approved - National AA. On U.S. Hwys. 60-62 & 68. Phone 36246. Bridge Street, Paducah, Kentucky. John Nelson, Owner. Thank You Stop Again. Nearest to Downtown Paducah 1 1/2 Miles



Ramada Inn
Title:
Ramada Inn
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Unwind with us. Decorator designed, climate controlled rooms. Color TV. Huge heated pool. Kids' wading pool. Coffee shop. Distinctive restaurant. Lounge with live entertainment. Meeting and banquet facilities. Ultra-modern in every way for complete comfort and satisfaction


Continental Inn of Paducah
Title:
Continental Inn of Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Routes 60, 62 & 68 lead to our address; Beltline & Bridge Streets; 103 modern, air conditioned rooms; TV; Restaurant - lounge - swimming pool; 'phone 502 - 443-6504 for reservations Dexter Press, Inc



Nelson's Alben Barkley Memorial
Title:
Nelson's Alben Barkley Memorial
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Nelson's Alben Barkley Memorial Motel and Apts. Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Telephones & T.V. Tubs and Large Showers 2 restaurants Near By Approved - National AA


Angles
Title:
Angles
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1969 Sep-20

Description:
"ANGLES" Home of Vice-President Alben W. Barkley Paducah, Ky



Ohio River
Title:
Ohio River
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 9028


Alben W. Barkley Airport
Title:
Alben W. Barkley Airport
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



The Metropolis Of Western Kentucky
Title:
The Metropolis Of Western Kentucky
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This view of Paducah, named for the Indian Chief Paduke, shows downtown Paducah and the Ohio River in the background. The Tennessee River flows into the Ohio at this point.


Broadway Looking East To Ohio River
Title:
Broadway Looking East To Ohio River
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Paducah, named for Indian Chief paduke, is located at the mouth of the Tennessee River where it empties into the Ohio - just twelve miles below the Cumberland River and forty miles above the mighty Mississippi. Paducah is only 22 miles downstream from Kentucky Dam on the Tennessee River - the largest navigable dam in the world.



U. S. Post Office And Court House
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Court House
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
More than sixty established industries are found in this city. Leading products include: railroad locomotives, silk hosiery, shoes, shirts, dresses, mattresses, chemicals, candies, tobacco products, boats, whiskey barrels, saddlery, baskets, brooms and canned goods.


Murrell boulevard church of christ
Title:
Murrell boulevard church of christ
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen



Greetings From Paducah
Title:
Greetings From Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Gateway to the great Kentucky Lake. 184 miles long 2400 miles of shoreline - largest man-made lake in the world. P - Chief paduke A - U. S. Post Office and Court House D - Tilghman High School U - Hotel Irvin Cobb C - Barkley Home A - Carnegie Public Library H - Noble Park


Greetings From Paducah Kentucky
Title:
Greetings From Paducah Kentucky
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1945 Aug-11



The Methodist Episcopal Church
Title:
The Methodist Episcopal Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1907


Greetings from Paducah - The Atomic City
Title:
Greetings from Paducah - The Atomic City
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



B. Weille & Son, Inc
Title:
B. Weille & Son, Inc
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
409-13 Broadway Dependable since 1860


Walter T. Kelley Company
Title:
Walter T. Kelley Company
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



City National Bank Building
Title:
City National Bank Building
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-22


Market House and Street View
Title:
Market House and Street View
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-5



Greyhound Bus Terminal
Title:
Greyhound Bus Terminal
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Raising Steamer Georgia Lee
Title:
Raising Steamer Georgia Lee
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused



Drinking Fountain, Tenth and Broadway, Erected by the D.A.R
Title:
Drinking Fountain, Tenth and Broadway, Erected by the D.A.R
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1918 Aug-28


Greetings from Paducah, Kentucky - The Atomic City
Title:
Greetings from Paducah, Kentucky - The Atomic City
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Greyhound Bus Terminal
Title:
Greyhound Bus Terminal
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Tilghman Hich School
Title:
Tilghman Hich School
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Tilghman is Western Kentucky's largest High School and one of the most modern in the state. The new additions to the school, completed at a cost of $200,000, include a gymnasium, auditorium, home economics unit, library and a separate trades building. The Tilghman Stadium and Field House provide not only excellent facilities for football, but a beautiful parade ground for the band and the drum and bugle corps



Holiday Inn of Paducah
Title:
Holiday Inn of Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
727 Joe Clifton Drive. "In the heart of the friendly city" 100 rooms. Ph: 443-7521, AC: 502, TWX 502-591-7280. Paducah, Kentucky


Greetings From The Atomic City
Title:
Greetings From The Atomic City
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Gospel Assembly Church
Title:
Gospel Assembly Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
2100 Ohio Street. W. T. Garland, Minister


Third Street Looking North from Kentucky Avenue, in the Loop, by Night
Title:
Third Street Looking North from Kentucky Avenue, in the Loop, by Night
Paducah Kentucky (KY), White Border unused



Smokestacks at TVA's Shawnee Steam Plant
Title:
Smokestacks at TVA's Shawnee Steam Plant
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
These 10 stacks, one from each generating unit, tower 250 feet above the ground at Shawnee Steam Plant, which is being built by the Tennessee Valley Authority near Paducah, Ky. This $216,000,000 power plant will generate 1,500,000 kilowatts, part of the power requirements of the new billion dollar Atomic Energy Plant, also near Paducah. Construction of both plants was begun in January 1951, with completion scheduled for late 1955 Wilson's Book & Stationery Store


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Paducah Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1925 Aug-19

Description:
Series 71962



TV's Shawnee Steam Plant
Title:
TV's Shawnee Steam Plant
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Shawnee Steam Plant which is being built by the Tennessee Valley Authority near Paducah, Kentucky, has 10 stacks, each of which towers 250 feet above the ground. This $216,000,000 power plant, one of the largest in the world, will generate 1,500,000 kilowatts, part of the power requirements of the new billion dollar Atomic Energy Plant, also near Paducah. Construction of both plants was begun in January 1951, with completion scheduled for late 1955.


Barkley Field Municipal Airport
Title:
Barkley Field Municipal Airport
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Named in Honor of Alben W. Barkley, Vice President of the United States.



The Atomic Energy Commission's
Title:
The Atomic Energy Commission's
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Atomic Energy Commission's billion-dollar gaseous diffusion plant is just west of Paducah in McCracken County. The plant employs about 1,650 persons, and is one of the vital plants in the nation's atomic program. More than 25,000 construction workers built the plant in 1951-54. Union carbide Nuclear Company, a division of Union Carbide Corporation, operates the plant for the Atomic Energy Commission.


Grace Church
Title:
Grace Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1915



Broadway Methodist Church
Title:
Broadway Methodist Church
Paducah Kentucky (KY), White Border unused


Church of St.Francis De Sales
Title:
Church of St.Francis De Sales
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1946

Description:
Paducah is famous for:The birthplace of the illustrious Irvin S.Cobb....The Scene of General U.S.Grant's proclamation to the south....The home of the mammoth shops of the Illinois Central Railroad....The growing place of famous strawberries and burley tobacco



Carnegie Public Library
Title:
Carnegie Public Library
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1922


Historical Sport Of Paducah
Title:
Historical Sport Of Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Dating back to 1868, Wallerstein's is one of the few Paducah concerns founded in the post Civil war era, which is still operating. Here, Irvin S. Cobb, beloved writer of numerous tales of fiction, bought his first pair of short pants, and later, his first pair of long ones. Here too, as a young cub reporter, Cobb spent much of his time with friends and cronies, storing up choice bits of character which he later incorporated in many of his stories.



Greetings From Paducah
Title:
Greetings From Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side:- P - Chief Paduke A - Hotel Irvin Cobb D - Birthplace of Irvin S. Cobb U - McCracken County Courthouse C - Church of St. Francis De Sales A - Tilghman High School H - U. S. Post Office and Court House


Greetings From Paducah
Title:
Greetings From Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Atomic City



Greetings From Paducah
Title:
Greetings From Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side :- P - Chief Paduke A - Hotel Irvin Cobb D - Birthplace of Irvin S. Cobb U - McCracken County Courthouse C - Church of St. Francis De Sales A - Tilghman High School H - U. S. Post Office and Court House


Illinois Central Railroad Hospital
Title:
Illinois Central Railroad Hospital
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



McCracken County Court House
Title:
McCracken County Court House
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Airview TVA's Kentucky Dam
Title:
Airview TVA's Kentucky Dam
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Airview, TVA's Kentucky Dam, Navigation Lock and Beautiful Kentucky Lake, near Paducah, Western Kentucky. The Dam is 206 feet high and 8,650 feet long. TVA's Kentucky Dam and Lake-Kentucky Dan, in the Tennessee River about 20 miles from paducah, Kentucky, was built at a cost of $114,000,000. The dam creates Kentucky Lake which is 184 miles long an has a shoreline of 2,200 miles. Construction of Kentucky Dam was begun in 1938 and completed in 1944.



Hotel Palmer
Title:
Hotel Palmer
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


TVA's Kentucky Dam, Near Paducah
Title:
TVA's Kentucky Dam, Near Paducah
Paducah Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
TVA's Kentucky Dam near Paducah. This dam impounds a lake 184 miles long and has a flood storage capacity of more than four million acre-feet of water. The Kentucky Dam will materially reduce flood creasts on the Mississippi River south of Cairo. Illinois. Kentucky Dam is 206 feet high and 8,650 feet long. Surface area of the lake behind the dam is 158,500 acres with shoreline of more than 2,000 miles.





Total: 88 Items