Designed in 1873, this building was the first school for African-Americans in Kentucky. Called the Central Colored School, it remained in the public education system for more than eight decades.
This entry was posted on 29 January 10 by Joel. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with Central Colored School, History, Kentucky, Louisville, National Register Historic Places.
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