Phase I Groundbreaking
Friday, March 29th
450 Roy Wilkins Ave.
Ready for use!
Two bottles found on the lot formerly occupied by the Alexander Morris residence. The Morris’s were a family of barbers.
Bottle from Louisville-based Markhams’ Druggist, established in 1866.
Bottles from Paris, France. The smaller one is a perfume bottle, and the larger is from Society Hygenique.
Faded tin-type photograph of a woman set in a wooden frame with glass. Tin-types were created by making a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal that was coated with a dark lacquer or enamel. This method of photography was most widely used in the 1860s and 1870s.
Tin-type photographic image enhanced with filters. The woman pictured was likely related to the Alexander Morris family and lived on the site in the 1860s.
450 Roy Wilkins Building
Results of the Beecher Terrace Naming Contest