Come hear about the history of Crescent Hill.
On Sunday, February 12th at 4 PM, Carmichael's is happy to host author John E. Findling who will sign his new book Louisville's Crescent Hill. With an introduction providing a succinct history of Crescent Hill, as well as sections on educational and charitable institutions, the 1974 tornado, and informal photographs of past residents, Louisville's Crescent Hill will be a welcome edition to your library. Please join us!
Sunday, February 12, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
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Published: Arcadia Publishing (SC) - January 23rd, 2012
Crescent Hill is one of Louisville's oldest and most well-known neighborhoods. Located four miles east of downtown Louisville, it stretches from Ewing Avenue to the Masonic Home and is bisected by Frankfort Avenue, its principal commercial corridor. Frankfort Avenue parallels the CSX railroad line that was, in the 1850s, the impetus for the development of what became the neighborhood.