Photos of Cincinnati's Streets in the late 1930s

 Looking east down Hill Street in Mt. Adams, April 15th, 1939

 Downtown Cincinnati from Immaculata Church in Mt. Adams, May 27th, 1939
 Young man contemplates downtown Cincinnati's skyline, Feb. 11th, 1938
 Morning in the city, April 1938
 View inside the Mt. Adams incline upper station, March 1939
 Sixth Street, December 29th, 1939
 The corner of E. Liberty Street (now known as Liberty Hill) and Highland Avenue, May 1939
 The once busy train yard sandwiched between Gilbert Ave. and Reading Rd. on downtown Cincinnati's east side, April 1939
 View of downtown Cincinnati, 1938
 Laurel St. (now Ezzard Charles) looking west; Union Terminal looms in the distance, April 1939
 Looking down Monastery St. toward downtown Cincinnati, December 30th, 1939
 Mt. Adams as seen from E. Liberty St. and Highland Ave. (Ida Street Bridge in the distance), May 1939
 Looking south from the lower deck of the Western Hills Viaduct (Union Terminal and the post office building are visible in the distance on the left), August 12th, 1939