Do you #LoveLouisville?

Do you #LoveLouisville?

It’s spring and love is in the air! Love for all of you, my wonderful citizens! I love seeing you venture out for morning walks with your dogs, strolling down Main Street and sipping a cup of coffee from one of our great coffee shops. I love hearing the music of the...
Teen Years in Louisville

Teen Years in Louisville

In the 1970s, Beatrice Maxwell Wilson (1927-1983) wrote short memoir pieces about her childhood in Missouri and her teen years in Louisville. She assembled her memories into a booklet called “The Maxwell Connection,” which was donated to the Historical Museum. Here...
World War I Comes to Louisville

World War I Comes to Louisville

World War I began in Europe in 1914 and the United States formally entered World War I in April 1917, at a time when Louisville and the other towns in the Northern Coal Fields of Colorado were just coming out of the era of the long coal mining strike of 1910-1914....