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AUG 2013

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2013 1917 The structure is again gutted by fre, this confagration on a snowy night nine days before Christmas. Gasoline explosions from automobiles stored on the basement and second foors contribute to the blaze. Alert workers and passersby manage to drive frst-foor cars to safety. The recently renamed Louisville Carriage and Taxicab Co. abandons the site and moves to new quarters at Second and Walnut streets. 1919 Local architect J.J. Gaffney revises but largely reconstructs Curtin's original design, and the two-story building becomes the Bosler Fireproof Garage, handling cars for workers and customers of other buildings that will make the National Register: Kaufman-Straus, Stewart's and the old U.S. Customs House at Third and Green (Liberty) streets. Come to Napa River Grill for dinner tonight and enjoy one of our delicious summertime favorites! Try one of our delicious steaks! Westport Village | 1211 Herr Lane www.NapaRiverLouisville.com www.napariverlouisville.com Follow us on Facebook! The Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association Presents: The Annual Extravaganza Tasting Event Please join us for an evening of area restaurant food and spirit sampling while helping raise funds for STROKE AWARENESS & EDUCATION Tuesday, August 27th 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Olmsted Join Mistress of Ceremonies, Angie Fenton, managing editor of the Voice-Tribune and correspondent for WHAS 11 Great Day Live! as we celebrate this remarkable man. Circa 1950 Now owned by the car-dealing Morris family of Louisville, the building serves as a Crosley auto dealership. (The last Crosleys were made in 1952.) 2007 The City of Louisville purchases the building, along with others on South Third Street's 400 block, for possible inclusion in the Center City District. — Jack Welch Sources: The Encyclopedia of Louisville, Courier-Journal archives, The Architectural History of Louisville 1778-1900 and the Filson Society. (502) 423-5822 Our 2013 Honoree: 502-499-5757 Call to order tickets! ($65) KsiStrokeAssoc@aol.com www.strokekyin.org www.strokekyin.org Dr. Robert C. Marshall HAIKU REVIEW Now batting for Judd, Alison Lundergan Grimes. McConnell throws heat. For his dedication to stroke survivors and their families, his support of their recovery efforts, and support of the stroke community's needs. Find us on Facebook at Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association. 8.13 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 19

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