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Oscar Wilde came to Louisville in 1882.

"Religions die when they are proved to be true; science is the record of dead religions." --Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young, by Oscar Wilde

Men in boat, Coast Guard Station, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926. :: Herald-Post Collection

Men in boat, Coast Guard Station, Louisville, Kentucky, :: Herald-Post Collection

Louisville's first kindergarten class, Neighborhood House, Louisville, Ky., 1902

Louisville's first kindergarten, Neighborhood House in partnership with the National Council of Jewish Women, Louisville, Ky.

Louisville Colonels at Parkway Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942. :: Herald-Post Collection

Louisville Colonels at Parkway Field, Louisville, Kentucky, :: Herald-Post Collection

Love this old UofL photo

Thoroughbred :: University of Louisville Yearbooks

Lyman T. Johnson, history teacher at Louisville Central High School and the first black person to attend the University of Kentucky. Lyman T. Johnson Middle School is named after him.

Lyman T. Johnson, history teacher at Louisville Central High School and the first black person to attend the University of Kentucky. Lyman T. Johnson Middle School is named after him.

Lee Corso, University of Louisville football coach, on the sidelines, 1969. :: U of L Images

Lee Corso, University of Louisville football coach, on the sidelines, ::

Students from St. Louis Bertrand School on an outing to Cherokee Park, Louisville, Ky., 1920

Louis Bertrand School on an outing to Cherokee Park, Louisville, Ky.

Muhammad Ali with his Mother at home, Louisville, Ky. 1963

Muhammad Ali with his mother Odessa Grady Clay, who serving fried chicken

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