Situated in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass region, Lexington is known as a cultural center throughout the state. The city, with its strong sense of history, education, and commerce, has undergone dramatic change, making way for development and progress with each new decade.
About the Author
Fiona Young-Brown, a freelance writer and researcher, has been a Lexington resident since 2001. Capturing the city's past and present, she has created a book that recalls what has been gained and lost in historic Lexington.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments vii Introduction ix
1 Government and Downtown 11
2 Trade and Commerce 23
3 Homes and Neighborhoods 45
4 Schools, Churches, and Hospitals 61
5 Lexington's Disappearing Legacy 83