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(Compilation from Caron's City Directories 1884-1938)

  

pre-1909 Address present address Year Head of Household occupation or name of business or notes
       
2101 1703 1895 Vacant  
  1896-1906 Brockman, H F  
  1907-1909 Brockman, Ivy H  
  1909 Dunker, Mary Mrs  
  1910-1938+ Baass, L A Henry (or HLA) solicitor, Robinson, Wilson & Long, wife Ivy (1927-38)
         
2105 1707 1904-1915 Mengel, Charles R  
  1916-1918 Vacant  
  1919-1921+ Creasey, L L  
  1922-1948 Helm, Robert N salesman, Zach C Offutt & Helm rugs according to the city directory.  We learn from a descendant that Mr. Helm, who moved to Louisville from Leland, MS, was the owner and active manager of Offutt & Helm interior decorating firm, along with his son R N Helm Jr.  Mr. Helm sold the building to the Louisville Bible College in 1950.
  1950-1980s Louisville Bible College  
  1990s- Columbine B&B  
         
2119 1711 1893-1899 Buchannan, S H   
  1900-1921+ Simon, Henry S  
  1927+ Robinson, Pettet (perhaps related to Robinson-Pettet wholesale druggists)
  1933+ Cain, Margaret  
  1938+ Cain, Anna M  
         
2121 1715 1894-1906 Weller, G P  
  1907-1912 Goodwyn, D M  
  1913 Vacant  
  1914-1921+ Goldsmith, Charles  
  1927 Vacant  
  1933 Patterson, Glenville S   
  1933 Threlkeld, Ella P  
  1938 Clore, W Lindsey foreman, Durkee Famous Foods, wife Dorothy P
  1938 Patterson, Glenville S  (owner), manager General Salvage Co, wife Ophelia
         
2123 1721 1891 Waddel, Henry  ?  Listed as "east side"
  1892-1899 Waters, S S  
  1900-1913 Waters, Rebecca M  
  1914 Vacant  
  1915-1916 Selman, H P  
  1917-1933+ Coons, Samuel W president Stan Oil Co
  1938+ Hervey, J D wife Ida C
         
2125 1725 1891-1920 Terry, J M  
  1920-1921+ French, W P  
  1927-1938+ Bousman, John H conductor, L&N RR, wife Annie
         
2127 1729 1897-1915 Sheild, Charles H  
  1916-1920 Shield, Elizabeth V ("Lizzie")  
  1921-1938+ Bate, R Alex physician, Bate & Bate (JT & RA)
  1927-1933+ Mason, Alice P widow of Robert
         
2131 1731 1898-1906 Levy, Abraham  
  1907-1921+ Settle, J M  
  1927+ Gipperich, Elizabeth widow of J F
  1933-1938+ Gipperich, Emma D  (owner), Vogue Beauty Shop
  1933-1938+ Payton, Victoria   
N/A 1733 since 1980s replaced missing old house this is a very fine example of architecturally compatible construction in a modern building.
        
Bloom street crosses
   
 
es es 1884 Eagland, Sylvester
Hickey, James dairy
Schwab, Frank
These 3 residents were listed here on this block but we can only guess where
   
   
         
N/A 1801 1910-1920 Bennett, David P 1801 & 1803 is a duplex house
  1921-1933+ Bennett, Anna M widow of D P
  1938+ Bennett, Margaret C W  (owner), teacher public schools
2203 1803 1884-1909 Bennett, David P  
  1889-1891 Murdock, L A Mrs  
  1911 Vacant  
  1912 Radbone, V J  
  1913-1914 Vacant  
  1915-1938+ Samuels, Theo O auditor, wife Jane
  1915-1916 Holmes, Kittie T  
         
2205 1805 1884-1901 Campbell, Jennie Mrs (Virginia)  
  1895-1904 Campbell, T H  
  1905 Johnston, C W  
  1907 Cann, Carneal  
  1908 Virden, Julia S  
  1909 Campbell, S A  
         
2207 1807 1900-1905 Courtney, R H  
  1907-1938 Hagan, Robert J lawyer, Hagan & Hagan, wife Mary M
         
2209 1809 1899 Vacant  
  1900-1901 McDowell, J A  
  1902-1903 Finzer, Agnes E  
  1904-1933+ Hummel, Fred J Hummel & Meyer Insurance with E H Meyer
  1907-1927+ Lyons, Fred W manager foreign travel & steamship dept First National Bank
  1910-1938+ Westminster Apartments, The about 6 tenants
  1911-1921+ Stubbs, W P  
  1911-1914 Hallenberg, Daniel  
  1915-1917 Budge, C S  
  1915-1916 Hallenberg, Catherine  
  1933 Hummel, H H  
  1938 Samuels, Theo O Jr engineer aid Dept of Public Works, wife Helen
         
2211 1813 1884 Metcalfe, James  
&/or &/or 1887 Metcalf, W S  
2213 1815 1888-1894 Moran, Thomas W Moran, T W & Bro barrel filler at this location
  1895-1913 Jenkins, Ellen P  
  1914-1915 Vacant after 1915, address no longer listed
  since? Cardinal Village Apts  
         
2213 1815 1885-1893 Jenkins, N B  
  1894 Jenkins, Ella  
  1895-1902 Moran, Thomas W  
  1903 Vacant  
  1904 Pugh, Mack  
  1904-1906 Vacant  
  1907 Locke, H G  
  1908 Vacant  
  1909 McLean J R  
  1910 Vacant  
  1911 Bell, R A  
  1911 Dickerson, W B  
  1912-1915 Vacant  
  1916-1927+ Burdon, Willis C  
  1916-1921+ Peterson, H A  
  1933 Geiger, Henry  
  1933 Hitt, W B  
  2000 Cardinal Village Apts  
         
N/A 1817 1915-1919 Electric Garage Company  
    1920-1921+ Triangle Motors Co garage and service sta  
  1927+ Fidelity Motor Co used car dept Essex & Hudson, I T Axton president
  1933+ Bridgewater, A W B garage  
  1933+ Lockett, C W auto painter  
  2000 Cardinal Village Apts  
         
2217 1821 1891-1900 Thomson, D D MD  
  1901-1905 McKown, W M  
  1906 Vacant  
  1907-1908 Voris, Mary J  
  1909 Vacant  
  1910-1917 Askins, J D  
  1918-1919 Vacant  
  1920 Gray, I M  
  1921 Gregg, M S  
  1921 Jones, J G  
  1927 Vacant  
  1933-1938+ Watkins, William G wife Minnie
  2000 Cardinal Village Apts  
         
2219 1823 1884-1889 Snyder, Albert (or MA)  
  1890 Hendricks, H W  
  1891-1907 address not listed  
  1908 Vacant  
  1909 Voris, Mary J  
  1910-1911 Dodd, C P  
  1912-1921+ Levy, Fred  
  1927-1938+ Brown, Innes A special agent Booker & Kinnaird insurance, wife, Ruth S
         
2221 1827 1898-1903 Cocke, James B  
  1904-1908 Turner, H C  
  1909-1919 Dehler, C P  
  1920-1938+ Shapinsky, Allan 1927: secretary, Falls City Mills CO hosiery, Simon Shapinsky pres; 1938: president, Falls City Mills Co, wife Claribel W
         
2223 1829 1899 Bourlier, Nellie  
  1900-1903 Bourlier, Alphonse  
  1904-1921+ Lorch, V M  
  1927-1933+ Weller, George W agent US Paper Stock Co
  1927 Spurrier, Maude nurse, Our Lady's Infant Home
  1927 VanCleave, Carey C salesman Bosler Bros leather
  1933 Kennedy Bag Co  
  1938 Maxey, William E wife Lucille
         
2225 1831 1899 Chreste, Charles  
  1900-1902 Meriwether, D L  
  1903-1921+ Norton, Caldwell  
  1933+ Happy, A E  

Cardinal Blvd crosses here.  Continuing down 3rd begins the  Belknap (main) Campus of the University of Louisville, in order: Belknap Playhouse theater, Confederate Monument, JB Speed Art Museum, Ekstrom Library, Law School, Grawemeyer Hall (administration building).

General Notes:
* Resident occupations or notes have been added if known.  If you can supply more information on these houses or their early residents, we'd love to hear from you.  Email information@oldlouisville.com
*Years marked as "Vacant": can have several explanations or possibilities.  Obviously the house could actually have been vacant, or the family may have been temporarily away during canvassing, the address was between tenants, or the directory made an error (no one home & no one to ask).  In some cases it may indicate a new building awaiting its first residents, or one ready to be demolished to make way for a newer building.
* Many short-term residents (especially renters, boarders or apartment house tenants) have been omitted from this list.  For more complete listings see our History section and look for the appropriate Excel file.
* Grayed out listings:  A building at this address that possibly, probably or definitely no longer exists. 

About the dates:
*
After 1921, years are sampled 1927, 1933, 1938.  A + sign after a date reminds us that the resident may have also lived at this address before or after these dates.
* 1884 is the earliest date we can easily find records for these buildings.  Any homes noted to be occupied in 1884 are often older than that.  But it should also be kept in mind that an address record may represent more than one building over the years.  For example, a bungalow style house (early 20th C style, usually teens to 30s), is probably a replacement for an earlier building on the same site, especially where the address record goes back several decades before. Click here for a brief guide to house styles
* Years are inclusive.  For example, a resident listed at an address showing1890-1892  was listed in the directory at his address for three years: 1890, 1891 and 1892.

Accuracy:
*
There is no absolute guarantee of the accuracy of this information. 
*
Addresses in red mean there may be some question as to the matches between pre-1909 and present addresses.  While these are usually correct, further research may be needed.  After 1909, almost all addresses should be correct.
* Errors can often be found in original or secondary source material, and probably we made some along the way as well. 
* Corrections are welcome and deeply appreciated, but please be kind.  Many hundreds of hours of work and quite some expense have gone into researching these compilations, and harsh scolding only discourages further work.

 

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