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The Evolution of Camp Zachary Taylor

Friday, January 26, 2018, 08:00am - 05:00pm

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The Evolution of Camp Zachary Taylor

Filson Historical Society

Bingham Gallery/Wood Carriage House

in 1917, nearly three thousand acres of farmland and open fields were transformed into an active military camp with around two thousand buildings. Four short years later the land, buildings and equipment were auctioned off, and the Camp Taylor neighborhood was born.  Images and documents from the Filson's collection illustrate the history of Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville's World War I cantonment. 

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Location : Filson Historical Society
1310 South Third Street
Louisville, KY, 40208





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