In the 25 years that William J. Dodd lived here, he created some of the city’s most notable architecture. His projects include the Ferguson Mansion (now the Filson Historical Society), First Christian Church at Fourth and Breckinridge (now Immanuel Baptist Church) and the Louisville Trust Building at Fifth and Market. He also worked with many notable architects including Frank Lloyd Wright. If you are an architect nerd (we say that with love), then you will relish this presentation by historians Christopher T. White and Steve Wiser as they explore Dodd’s life and legacy.
Thursday, March 22The Filson Historical Society
6-7 p.m. | $10, nonmembers