Historic Banks & Storefronts, Louisville

The building on the far left was built as a bank in 1893 and later was home to the local library. Thanks to Luke Moses, whose father’s law office is now located here, for the identification. The two-story sandstone-colored building with Ionic columns is the old Bank of Louisville building, circa 1900.

Louisville Commercial Historic District, National Register of Historic Places


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