Here, we’re on the Ohio River at Louisville, c. 1905. The river barge in this photo looks like it’s being unloaded, judging by the poultry wagon (far right) being driven down one of the ramps.

According to the caption, the large barrel-like objects (there are three of them on the dray hitched to a pair of horses) are hogsheads of tobacco.

And is it my imagination, or does it look like a calf is being loaded on the delivery van hitched to the single horse?

This photo doesn’t have any horses or carriages in it (or does it?*), but it’s interesting because it shows the rest of the Georgia Lee riverboat at the far left of the first photo.

*Is that a wagon, all packed up in a crate and being shipped somewhere, in the bow of the Georgia Lee?