September 30, 2018

Maryhurst Gets a Kentucky Historical Marker

On September 14, Maryhurst celebrated the dedication of a state historical marker at our original site

Maryhurst first opened our doors in 1843 at a site that has since been lost to urban renewal - formerly 8th St. and Madison in downtown Louisville.

This past month, Maryhurst celebrated the dedication of a historical marker at the closest existing cross-streets, 8th St. and Muhammad Ali Blvd. A clip from the dedication can be viewed below.

 

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