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Louisville Historian Back Issues

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Below are links to back issues of The Louisville Historian, which is published quarterly. The current issue is available through subscription or at the Historical Museum.

2018

  1. 2018 Winter — Going Home: Louisville Residents Who Returned to the Old Country
  2. 2018 Spring — How the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic Changed Louisville Families Forever
  3. 2018 Summer - Louisville's Matchless Mine and Its Tumultuous History

2017

  1. 2017 Winter — The Fifties: Louisville's Transformative Decade
  2. 2017 Spring — Modern Times: Louisville in the Fifties, Part Two
  3. 2017 Summer — World War I Comes to Louisville
  4. 2017 Fall — Beatrice Maxwell Wilson Memories: Teen Years in Louisville

2016

  1. 2016 Winter — Tiny Houses with a History
  2. 2016 Spring — Being French in Louisville
  3. 2016 Summer — Louisville's Signs of the Times
  4. 2016 Fall — Discovering the Parbois Family in Louisville

2015

  1. 2015 Winter — The Harpers and Harper Lake: How One Family Left Its Mark on Louisville
  2. 2015 Spring — Main Street Memories
  3. 2015 Summer — Louisville's Neighborhood High School
  4. 2015 Fall — Nine People Who Grew Up i n Louisville Tell Memorable Stories from Their Youth

2014

  1. 2014 Winter — "Fear Rules Cities and Fight is on At Louisville Mines": The 100th Anniversary of the Northern Coal Field War and the Battle at the Hecla
  2. 2014 Spring — Bocce: Louisville's Other Ballgame
  3. 2014 Summer — Replica of Old Louisville to be Exhibited Soon at the Museum
  4. 2014 Fall — Keeping the Peace in Louisville, 1914-1915

2013

  1. 2013 Winter — Raising Money for Louisville: How People Fundraised, and Had Fun Doing It
  2. 2013 Spring — Miners to Majors
  3. 2013 Summer — My Two Hometowns: Louisville and Lafayette
  4. 2013 Fall — 100th Issue Edition: Unsolved Mysteries of Louisville

2012

  1. 2012 Winter — The Bachelor Club of Louisville: Finding a Match in 1908
  2. 2012 Spring — How Louisville Grew Up: 1880-1890
  3. 2012 Summer — Polio Epidemics Case a Cloud on Summer Fun
  4. 2012 Fall — Saying Goodbye to Coffee Pot Row: Louisville’s English Roots

2011

  1. 2011 Winter — The Manhunt for a Murderer: The Story of the 1915 Murder of Louisville’s Town Marshal
  2. 2011 Spring — Pearl Conley, Louisville Newspaperwoman
  3. 2011 Summer — Louisville During the Great Depression
  4. 2011 Fall — Here Today and There Tomorrow: Louisville and Its History of Relocating Buildings

2010

  1. 2010 Winter — A Poor Kid from the Wrong Side of the Tracks
  2. 2010 Spring — Treasures of the Louisville Historical Museum
  3. 2010 Summer — The Story of the Little Brick School House
  4. 2010 Fall — The Untold Story of Louisville's First Years

2009

  1. 2009 Winter — Eldorado Springs: The Average Man's Resort
  2. 2009 Spring — Louisville Volunteer Firefighters: A History of Service and Dedication
  3. 2009 Summer — Preparing for Winter
  4. 2009 Fall — Miners Field: A Louisville Gem

2008

  1. 2008 Winter — My Memories of Louisville's Blacksmith Era
  2. 2008 Spring — Bound for the Mountains, Grand Old Time!
  3. 2008 Summer — Louisville’s Own Photographer, William Schutz
  4. 2008 Fall — La Farge!

2007

  1. 2007 Winter — Richard LaSalle: Performer, Composer, and Louisville Native Son
  2. 2007 Spring — Growing Up Rich (In Memories) In a Poor Town
  3. 2007 Summer — The Games We Played: Childhood in Louisville’s Little Italy
  4. 2007 Fall — Red Ash Rooster Tails

2006

  1. 2006 Winter — Making Bread on the Harney Farm
  2. 2006 Spring — Researching Your Building's History in Louisville
  3. 2006 Summer — The Southern Cheyenne Sojourn in Colorado
  4. 2006 Fall — Louisville's Dr. Cassidy

2005

  1. 2005 Winter — Take a Walk on the Sunnyside
  2. 2005 Spring — Old-Time, Old-Town Gardens
  3. 2005 Summer — Homes by Sears: Louisville's Mail-Order Legacy
  4. 2005 Fall — Monarch Mine Explosion: 70th Anniversary

2004

  1. 2004 Summer — Saloons
  2. 2004 Fall — Louisville's Main Street Christmas