Restoring an Historic Stained-Glass Window
For anyone visiting Louisville over the past 100 years, the Blue Parrot Restaurant was a familiar name and sight. You definitely saw their neon sign at the corner of Main Street and Pine Street, and you may have eaten a plate of their famous spaghetti!
Those more familiar with the restaurant will remember the iconic stained glass window that was located near the front entrance and visible from Main Street. Unfortunately, that window, an important piece of Louisville history, was damaged in the recent renovation of the building.
The window was recently donated by the new owners of the building to the Historical Museum, and The Louisville History Foundation is raising money to help preserve this beautiful piece of stained glass.
The Louisville Historian
All of our members and sponsors receive the Museum’s quarterly publication, The Louisville Historian in the mail. Browse tidbits from the headline articles and read full issues on the Museum website.
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