MMX 013 Thomas Edison House
Louisville’s Thomas Edison House is located in historic Butchertown, a neighborhood which has been known as the center of meat production in this city for over 200 years. It was also one of the areas Thomas Alva Edison called home during the years he lived and worked in Louisville.
Thomas Edison moved to Louisville in 1866 and worked for Wester Union as a telegraph operator. Mr. Edison was only 19 years old when he lived in Louisville. Read more about the Thomas Edison House here
The building was built circa 1850 as a shot gun duplex.